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No matter where you put this table, it looks good and it fits in. The design is sturdy but looks light and attractive, thanks in large part to the splay of the turned and tapered legs, an effect that is easy to create with a few simple, angled cuts at the tablesaw. The arches on the bottom of the aprons contribute to the lighter appearance. This is a perfect project for getting acquainted with angled joinery. You’ll also learn a no-nonsense way to get a nice straight taper on the legs, a deceptively difficult turning task.
Size: 16 in. deep by 50 in. wide by 30-1/4 in. tall
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Companion How-to Article
Extensive, full-size and scale drawings
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Christian Becksvoort has been a professional woodworker for 40 years and a FWW contributing editor for 25. “After all these years,” he says, “I still work alone. Each piece is designed, laid out, constructed, glued up, sanded, and finished by me.” He builds between 20 and 30 pieces each year, and they range from chairs, tables, and chests of drawers to lamps, clocks, and small sleighs.
Favorite furniture style? “Shaker, of course.”
Favorite rock band? “The Cowboy Junkies.”
He is the author of the woodworking classic, the Shaker Legacy (The Taunton Press, 1998).
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Book Description Taunton Pr, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. pck edition. 12.00x9.00x0.10 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk1600859704
Book Description Taunton Press, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1600859704