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Completed English Arts and Crafts inspired Hayrake table.
Denizens of the Knots forum probably know of “Lataxe” from Galgate, England. They may have also heard of Lataxe’s hayrake table project inspired by the English Arts and Crafts movement. Read more here: http://forums.finewoodworking.com/fine-woodworking-knots/general-discussion/lataxe-hayrake-completed?page=1
FW will soon be publishing it’s own version of the project and wanted to share this variation that Lataxe completed a year or so ago. Lataxe’s version includes chip carving as well.
Close up of the hayrake.
Hayrake table top.
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