Last Fall I took another week long class with Garrett Hack at the Port Townsend School of Woodworking. Another great class with Garrett, where he showed us how to build his splay leg table. You can go to the schools blog and see photo's of the class. You need to flip back to the older posts (Oct 7 & Sept 15th) to see the blogs concerning this class. I am finally getting around to finishing up the project. I have been busy at work and of course my bench build, so this has been sitting a while. I have not glued anything up yet, as I want to put some "socks" on the legs. I am thinking of using some Bubinga or Ebony that I have on hand for the "socks". Problem is that I have a couple of options with the "socks" and can not make a decision. One uses the splay angle (on the right) which makes the sock top level with the floor even though it might not look like it in the photos, while the other uses an angle greater than the splay angle to give it an angled look. I took some construction paper and worked up these mock ups. Of course the "socks" will be on all four legs.So what looks good to you?