Live Edge Class At Snow Farm Massachusetts Part 5 Lisa S Cherry Table Completed
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A few weeks before our class begun (for past entries about my class read part 1, 2, 3, 4) I emailed my prospective students and suggest to them to look out for free furniture on the side of the road or near the trash bags on garbage eve (the night when trash is put outside.
) I said that some nifty nice stuff can be 'harvested' from abandoned or broken furniture, elements which can be incorporated into new projects.Items such as legs, handles, drawers and doors can be salvaged and then reconfigured to provide parts (in our case) for a new live edge furniture.
Lisa followed my advice and found four free legs which she brought to our class.First, she had to re-turn the legs to fit her new design, including making a round tenon at their top.Then she cut four circles from a piece of cherry that she found in the shop's scrap bin.
We planned to scr*w the round plates to the underside of the table and anchor the leg into them.After drilling four mounting scr*w holes in the plates, we proceeded to drill the central mortise in each of the plate.
We made a makeshift angled...