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Farmhouse kitchen table

  • October 27, 2014


Built this table out of 80 year old Oak barn wood from Wisconsin. I used my Ryobi miter saw for length cuts, but most work was done with a circular saw, hammer, and chisel...and a hand plane.

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Farmhouse kitchen table

by casualcarpenter
Oct 27, 2014

Built this table out of 80 year old Oak barn wood from Wisconsin. I used my Ryobi miter saw for length cuts, but most work was done with a circular saw, hammer, and chisel...and a hand plane.