|Forum topic by MashMaster||posted 10-11-2016 08:25 PM||259 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
10-11-2016 08:25 PM
I have been working on a kitchen table for the last 4 years off an on. It is all air dried walnut and finally surfaced, it was way more work than I ever thought it would be. I have always used lumber from the local lumber shop, this was my first project that is from wood in a natural state. Dealing with cups, twists, and bows nearly drove me crazy, but I am finally do the point where I can build the table top. I have a few questions for the experts here. I would love any feedback. My plan is to edge join the planks with breadboard ends. Only three of the planks will stretch from end to end, most will be joined together in a parquet pattern.
Thanks for any help, it is driving me a bit bonkers :-)
-- - Dave ; Austin, TX