Furniture Project Small Tables Are Sensible Around The House They Fit Unobtrusively In Almost Any Space And They Are Easily Moved About This Small Table Is Based On The Stickley 658 Table From The 1912 Gustav Stickley Craftsman Furniture Catalogue While It Is Often Referred To As A Child S Table It Will Do Just As Nicely Beside Your Favorite Easy Chair Or As A Hall Table
Furniture project small tables are sensible around the house they fit unobtrusively in almost any space and they are easily moved about this small table is based on the stickley 658 table from the 1912 gustav stickley craftsman furniture catalogue while it is often referred to as a child s table it will do just as nicely beside your favorite easy chair or as a hall table is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by gerald with ID 13796813171 was uploaded on 21-04-2019 and has been viewed 100,014 times.
Small Stickley Table Illustrations by James Provost; Lead illustration by Mike Del Rizzo To maintain the connection with the Stickley heritage, I made the table out of white oak, but cherry, walnut, or mahogany would look just as nice.
The half lap and mortise and tenon joints are not overly difficult and will make for good practice for the novice and intermediate woodworker.I used 5/4" stock for my material.If you choose to use 3/4" stock you will have to make some adjustment to the dimensions in the materials list.
Prepare the Stock• Choose your widest and best-grained boards and mark them for the top (A), and then select stock for the legs (B), and stretcher (C).• Rough cut all pieces to about 2" longer and ½" wider than finished dimensions.
• Joint and thickness plane the stock to just over ⅛" final thickness.• Stack and sticker all of the stock for about one week.This will acclimatize the freshly milled lumber to the shop environment and prevent the wood from cupping.
• Once the stock has stabilized mill it to within 1⁄32" of finished thickness.This will leave room for final smoothing of the surfaces.Begin at the TopMill and glue the stock for...