I made this from scratch. I didn't follow a plan. I didn't pay for any of the materials either. I know a guy who has a saw mill and was able to score the top. I got the legs down my self from a tree in the woods. I didn't stain any of the wood either. I just put polycrylic on it. Overall I think it took about 4 hours to complete. More if you count the time waiting on the clear coat to dry. I notched out the legs to fit the skirts. The skirt is make up of wood that I planned to 1" thick and kreg jigged together. I then kreg jigged the skirt to the table top. I hope you like it.
Love the use of branches and the rustic charm of the table.
Did you let the wood dry naturally or was it kiln-dried?
It was dried naturally.
I do wood working for therapy, not a hobby.
It's more like therapy for me, too. I'm glad you find it helpful. From a very grateful widow of a Vietnam vet, I thank you for your service.
Great job, I love the rustic look and the top is amazing!
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