In this video I construct the curly cherry veneered table top, which features a solid cherry border joined with bridle joints, 1/8” holly stringing inlay, and an under bevel as an edge treatment. This part of the build involved many intricate steps but with patience I was able to properly execute each step.
In part 1 of this series (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBk2WzvYhC8) I milled and machined the joinery for the bases to the sewing table and stool, and left off with the bases dry assembled. With the table top complete, I’ll revisit the base assemblies to add two-sided tapered legs and raised apron rails. I’ll be covering that in the next video.
In the past, I’ve shown SketchUp drawings to illustrate design elements and dimensions. To save time, I’m offering free downloadable SketchUp drawings on my website to anyone that wants a higher level of detail.
Free downloadable plans for this build: https://www.alabamawoodworker.com/sewing-table-and-stool/