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#1 posted 10-06-2015 05:39 PM

What would we do without computers.? Take some paper or cardboard and draw the side view to scale having the intersections and seat bottom side shown from an end view. Keep everything to scale and use that as your patterns. The top and bench seat will be easier. Basic table heightis 30” and seat height 15”to 18”. Now as far as widths the top can be about 30-36” and the seat bottom depends on how much you eat. You can also base it off of multiples of the material width your using. This process will add three megaBites to your vision of how it all comes together and how you make the attaching, and material list. Happy Eatin’

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