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@She_Skills, I'm totally mesmerised by your table, I can picture myself sitting near one, coffee in hand & visually tracing the lay of the wood.
As always, a brilliant use of resources, & a special result.
Thank you so much @Andy_Mann. This will be the first piece of furniture we will be selling. We are also working on an outdoor table from recycled timber. I'll post a pic when it's done!!
Love it. Great work Meg.
Thanks for sharing. I'm looking forward to seeing the outdoor table.
wow, log cabin block, how have you joined pieces, glue? what is hard wax oil, I propably know by another name!
Well done, like it very much.
Thanks @Jason. We should the table ready to dry fit tomorrow. I've still got lots of sanding to do!!
Hi @Helen. I used a biscuit joiner and biscuits to join the top. The hard wax oil is a new product I've started using. It looks like a varnish, but is made for mostly natural products. Here's some info.
Thanks for info,'biscuits better than dowel'. Next time I am in Bunnings will look for hard wax oil. Am learning so much!
Hi SK, this is a thing of beauty!! Regards, Dave
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