Rectangle Pedestal Table
I have been needing a new kitchen table for years now. But, I could not find the right style, size and price range. After finding Ana White's website and combing through her free plans I found the right table for my kitchen. At first I felt a little intimidated with the plans. But, after getting all the necessary power tools from Ryobi and practicing on a few beginner project. I felt confident enough to make the pedestal table. My Ryobi power tools really came in handy and worked exceptionally well. When my husband and kids saw the table they were astonished to see how beautiful and well constructed the table turned out. I even posted pictures on my facebook and all my friends can't believe that I made the table. I plan on getting started on the matching bench real soon. It makes me feel so good to know that I can handle power tools and make something that I thought would be impossible to comprehend or accomplish by myself.
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pine wood, 2 inch screws, 2 1/2 inch pocket hole screws, wood glue, wood filler, Krig Jig 4, drill, compound miter saw, sander, and countersink drill bit