Im working on both at once.
Coffee table-birch top, walnut breadboard ends, walnut legs, rails, stiles, and I want to use ash raised panels for doors and walls. Dont know how to make raised panels, dont own a bit for it, but I figured its time to get one and give it a shot.
Top is glued up, bowed a bit, made some things difficult, but Ill post after I figure out the breadboard ends, alot tougher than I imagined. Alot tougher.
End grain table-20x20 by 18 inches high. Holds a lamp, and a telephone, sits in between a sofa and chair.
Used alot of different woods, some Im not sure what they even were.(must be assorted soft maples)
going to finish the top with tung oil mix.
Legs are 2x2 by 16.5 inch maple. Legs were made with small taper on 2 sides. I used a jig I once made, simple, just had to readjust it.
Im so concerned about hands, I ran part of a clamp through the blade, good thing it wasnt metal.
Apron is some kind of maple, I put a pic up, the one where the legs are laying on top of it. Not 100% sure what it is, just looked nice.