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TABLES YOU CAN MAKE, Best of Woodworker's Journal #

TABLES YOU CAN MAKE, Best of Woodworker's Journal #
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Selected from the pages of Woodworker's Journal, these projects for classic tables are appropriate for beginner to intermediate woodworkers. Designs include a Shaker sewing stand, a butcher block kitchen island, a graceful cherry tea table, a trestle dining table, and a coffee table designed to display a collection of objects. The projects come with detailed instructions and color photos, exploded drawings, lists of required materials, and complete finishing options.

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