Hello to all,
I am looking at a project plan on FWW magazine site that has table legs with a thickness dimension of 1 3/16. Assuming (I know that is a dangerous thing to do but...) this is the finished dimension, what size rough lumber would have to be used 5/4 or 6/4? Could I reasonable expect to be able to plan just 1/32 off each side. Maybe I just answered my own question, but please give me your opinion!
I am trying to put together a cutting list to determine how many BF of each would be necessary to be purchased and if I can afford to try this out.
First off, am I approaching this the right way or is there something else to consider in calculating the amount of wood that would need to be bought?
I don't have a lumber stash that I can just go to and pick out what I need and want to be as accurate as I can to see how much 4/4, 5/4 and or 6/4 I would need to make this night stand.