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Made this sofa table for my son, Timothy, for Christmas-2011. Never too late to start woodworking. I am 76 year old lady and this is my first project with my new (and first) tablesaw. I love Mission style hardware and designed the table around the hardware. To follow thru with the wrought iron look, stretchers are wrought iron and there is a thin wrought iron inlay at each end of the top between the breadboard end and the table top.
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You go girl! Really nice work. You give an old guy hope.
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