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Woodworker: Michael FerlandThe live-edged yew lumber that would become this table (32 in. wide by 80 in. long by 32 in. tall) and matching benches (10-1/4 in. wide by 63 in. long by 17-3/4 in. tall) sat on Ferland’s lumber rack for 10 years, waiting for the perfect project. The table’s trestle ends are sister pieces from a resawn stump that were perfectly shaped for that use. To finish the pieces, Ferland applied seven coats of Liberon furniture oil.
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