Published at Monday, November 05th 2018. by Jeanette Wright in Kitchen Table.
I have here six of those that I'm going to cut two and a half inches by two and a half inches. It's like a square for the seat and then for the back part. The length is four inches by two and a half inches, and also six of them that you'll be needing, and here I just have like something around and thus where I'm going to cut that to the jig.
So after and I'm doing everything on half an inch MDF, I'm going to cut this saw not use my children, we're going to cut right here where we marked, and I'm going to do this to all of the other pieces here That the drill bit fits the round one stick now, all you want to do is take one line up, make a mark and do this all of the other pieces I'm going to glue these ones on the longer part here is going to go up.
Then I glue it on with what glue round wooden, dowel and measure two inches and a quarter of an inch to two and a quarter of an inch right here and you wanna have an inch of that MDF right here. You have my table sander and the second work at the mark. This is where I'm going to round it off. So it's just like more on the peak on the bottom of the lakes. It's going to be a little smaller and then going up, and I'm going to take this make a mark, and I'm going to keep doing.
I think I need 24 of them so keep working turning up down the end, keep going so after finishing and cutting all of these. I have some fabric and some foam start by gluing, a piece on with some hot cool you I'm going to glue it on, like the shape of the back and same on the other side, and these ones we're going to just go on straight.
Just close it up. Now all you want to do is take your round wooden pieces and put them in, and what I'm going to use for this table is a piece of flooring that I cracked already and then I'm going to turn it around, and I have the same dowels that I have cut into four inches each for the length and going to drill four holes
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