I spent some time slabbing up the silver maple log that I picked up a few weeks ago, started knocking out a quick shop organization project – a quick rack for my chainsaws – and got started on an epoxy slab encapsulation project.
Meet the Makers
June 22, 1-7PM
Here are some images of a coat rack I made from Walnut for the wife.
This is my version of a parsons style entry table made from black walnut. Opposed to the table legs coming through the top I opted to add three stretchers to allow the top to float. The table was made with hand cut mortise and tenon joinery. Table top is secured with elongated holes through the three stretchers. It is 1’ wide and 6’ long. I spent a long time finding the desired boards for the top and found two that I was able to join at the sap wood to blend the seam. The table was finished with 4 coats of general finishes arm-r-seal semi-gloss #churchofarmrseal then hand rubbed with a scotch brite finishing pad and paste wax
This design boasts a unique roll-top lid for the top compartment along with a little drawer below.