ok, I decided after all the outdoor stuff Ive built, I need to get my feet wet, at least see how the water feels.(gotta be honest, some of the workmanship here is inspiring, but without the experience and tools, its frustrating)
Ive built a few indoor items, but nothing was made of hardwood, nor did I try to make anything I thought someone would keep as compared to throw away furniture.
I know for you guys, this is a walk in the park.
I tried my best for best sides and end grains, used the biscuit joiner, dont know if thats the right way, but clamped it good, cleaned up the glue, my table top is on the way.
Ill figure out how to taper some legs tomorrow, I have an easy jig in mind.
I figured if I post up most of it, all of my mistakes will get corrected and my next attempt will come out better.
No real design or drawing, a 15 inch square top, routed over, 4 aprons, 4 tapered legs if I figure out how to make a jig. No fancy joints, it will hold only a telephone, so biscuits are the way Im going to go.
I cant do too much work at once, Im so limited in space.....I need a dry room, my daughter is handpainting chairs for me, I got candle holders drying, outdoor tables, and I use anything or every inch of space to let it all hang out and dry.(btw, thats one of my router books on the table, I have to read alot cause I really know little about bits and shaping)