Carrie George Table November 03rd, 2018 - 07:15:16
The dimensions are 22 inches wide by 23 inches long, it's about 2 feet tall, but you can make it whatever dimensions you want. So let's get started first I'll start by cutting in all the wood pieces, I'll need for 23-inch legs, as well as for 17 inches, two by fours and two 14 inches. Two next I'll rip. The two 14-inch two-by-fours into two by twos on the table saw I will now need to add pocket holes to the 14 inch and the 17-inch pieces. So I can attach everything together now I will start putting everything together.
I'll start by attaching the 17 inch 2x4 to one of the legs, I'm using a 3-inch block of wood to make sure everything is aligned. Here's a better angle of the screws getting driven in now we'll attach the 14 inch 2x2 to the side of one of the wooden square. I will repeat the step until I have all four 14 inch pieces now. You can really see the shape of the box starting to take. I will start making the bottom of the end table. I'm ripping down to two by twelves to make the wooden shelf I'm going to adjust my reg jig to make the three-quarter inch pocket holes.
This is really simple to do, I'm just following the guide marks on the drill bit and then on the base of the jig as well. Once I have the jig set up, I can start making all the pocket holes Niall will screw the two boards together to form the shelf to screw the shelf in. I am simply just fuelling the top edges to make sure everything is flushed and adding the screen I'll do this to every side until the shelf is secured. Next, we start making the decorative cross pieces I'll mark where they need to be cut and then taking them over to the miter saw.
I will make my 45-degree angle cuts and then start attaching everything to attach the crosspieces, I'm just using some wood glue and some two-inch Brad nails now you'll start building the top, which is made out of four two by sixes that are 23 inches long I'll. Just use a pencil to mark where I want all my pocket holes to go now. It's back to the Kreg jig to make all my pocket balls, I'm just going to use some two and a half inches break screws to attach the form once everything's attached. I'm just going to finish it off with some 220 grit sandpaper now you'll attach the top I'm just using a ruler to make sure there's.
The 1 inch reveal around all the edges once I'm satisfied start adding clamps and then I also started screwing everything together with tools I'm using Craig screws, which are self-happy. I don't have to worry about pre-drilling any holes. First, now I can start staining I'm using a dark walnut stain from Minwax, I'm just brushing the stain on with the foam brush and then wiping it off with a clean rag.