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Tit for Tat Tables

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Woodworker: Kimberly Winkle

These tables (16 in. dia. by 22 in. tall), called “Tit for Tat,” are made of poplar, and mahogany offcuts from a guitar manufacturer. Winkle used spindle-turning and bowl-turning techniques to make the parts for the base. She added color and patterns with milk paint, graphite, and Prismacolor pencil. The tabletops were finished with Waterlox Original Sealer and Finish, and the pedestals were sprayed with polyurethane to prevent the pencil lines from smudging.

From Fine Woodworking #200

Photo: John Lucas


Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, modern, mahogany, poplar, polyurethane, Prismacolor Pencil, milk paint, Graphite


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