(Qty 1) 24x48x ¾ cabinet grade plywood, I used birch with wild grain
(Qty 2) 2x4x8 pine stud, the highest quality and straightest piece
(Qty 1) packet of ¼” dowels
(Qty 2) ¾” x 8 ft. screen mould
(Qty 4) pre-made tapered pine furniture legs
¼” drill bit
Larger nail as nail set.
Hobby saw and miter box
Oil borne polyurethane
I’m not going to tell you how to do it, since it’s really not my goal to do step by step instruction on this blog. There are so little materials here, you are either going to end up with this table or a trough to feed a pony. The main idea to get hands on experience. Sure, I didn’t understand the idea of wood movement, classical proportion, a ripsaw from a crosscut then, but this project got me to the point where I understand it now.