Published at Saturday, November 10th 2018. by Tonya Flynn in End Table.
Farmhouse table. I cut eight pieces of 2x4 22 and 1/2 inches long. I put two pocket holes in four boards on both sides. I attach the boards with wood glue and two and a half inch pocket hole screws. Then I repeated for the second leg. Using the two by twos I cut four pieces 16 inches long. I drilled two pocket holes on both sides of each four boards. I attached the two by twos to the side, ends using wood glue and one and a quarter inch pocket hole screws using the 1 by 12.
I cut the shell to fit exact. I drove pocket hole screws in the Shelf to help hold it to the side table. I flipped the table over and use two by fours to help hold the shelf in place. While I secured it with one and a quarter inch pocket hole screws. I sanded down the entire table. I marked where each cross brace should go on each side and cut them I sanded them before putting them in since the cross braces are just for looks I attached them with two-inch nails. I marked the next two cross braces and cut them. I attached these in place with two-inch nails. I sanded down all rough edges using the two by sixes.
I cut five boards to 25 inches long. I have my husband run. These five boards, through the table, saw to take off half a saw blade on each side, except for the two outside pieces, just so they would fit together nicely. I drilled two pocket hole: screws in the four outside boards, using wood glue and two and a half inch pocket hole screws. I attach the tabletop together using two inch screws. I attach the table top to the frame I sanded down the project. One last time I used men wax English chestnut to stain the whole project. I applied two coats of polyurethane and sanded with 800 grit sandpaper after each coat strictly for looks, I attached four metal braces to all four sides. Also for looks, I drilled holes and attached metal bolts to all four sides. I took two of the black leg books and cut them in half I drilled a hole in the X, brace and glued the cut leg bolt into place.
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