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Walnut Farmhouse Table

  • January 9, 2017

Jasonj41
Jasonj41
Jasonj41
Jasonj41

So I have been woodworking for a little over a year, and have made some pretty neat pieces that have, to say the least, impressed me in my abilities and keep me striving for new challenges. This one is a favorite of mine, it was a gift to my sister in law for Christmas this year. I used walnut for the top and pine for the pedastal legs. When I first wanted to start woodworking I was blown away at the cost of tools and with very reasonable prices for a quality tools Ryobi has let me expand on my craft.

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  • Beautiful work. I really like that you used walnut instead of pine. It makes the table much more durable as well as looks amazing. I agree about Ryobi tools. I have a nice collection and the cost is the main reason I can afford them. I still have about 10 of the old blue ones. Still going strong. Keep up the good work.
    By mrpip, on January 11, 2017
    • Thank you! I'm growing my tool collection a little at a time. You can never have to many tools. In my opinion walnut is one of the most beautiful woods you can use. And it is fairly easy to work with. What tool do you use, that you thought at first might not be that handy, but you find yourself using it a lot more than you realized you would?
      By Jasonj41, on January 11, 2017

  • My number #1 used tool is definitely my table saw. Chop saw #2. After them it's all a tossup. The one I'm most surprised I use more than I expected would probably be my dovetailing jig. After finishing my chop saw station with 20 drawers that might not be a fair assessment. I totally love my rabbiting hand plane, if you are talking hand tools.
    By mrpip, on January 11, 2017

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Walnut Farmhouse Table

by Jasonj41
Jan 09, 2017

So I have been woodworking for a little over a year, and have made some pretty neat pieces that have, to say the least, impressed me in my abilities and keep me striving for new challenges. This one is a favorite of mine, it was a gift to my sister in law for Christmas this year. I used walnut for the top and pine for the pedastal legs. When I first wanted to start woodworking I was blown away at the cost of tools and with very reasonable prices for a quality tools Ryobi has let me expand on my craft.