Making a curved-front table isn’t as hard as it seems, especially with Charles Durfee’s tips and techniques. He uses simple jigs to crosscut the curved front apron and cut tenons on its ends, and a single, full-size pattern to make a form for laminating the apron and laying out and assembling the table base. This result is an elegant table that grabs attention without distracting details. The large drawer fits seamlessly into the front apron, so its curve extends seamlessly across the entire table. From Fine Woodworking #204 Clarification: In this article, we failed to label the taper on the legs. Please click here for the footprints of the legs.
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