Farm Table with Castle Corners.

Gayl Beals

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I am using Ash wood. I am thinking about the top. I am looking at version No 2 ?
Thanks Gayl
 

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Rennie Heuer

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Love the leg/apron construction. Saw this done by Scott Phillips and am waiting for the right project to come along so I can give it a try. I have a client in Indiana that has been hinting he needs a new dining table so I'll be watching this thread!
 
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