Basic Beginner-Friendly End Table
Free Download Link Below
This end table is built from dimensional pine lumber from any lumber yard, home store, or some hardware stores.
The main joinery is done with pocket holes, and for that I would recommend the Kreg pocket hole jig. Read this tutorial if you need help using this jig.
I recommend staining the wood to the shade you want and then finishing with wipe on polyurethane.
How to Stain Wood
How to Apply Wipe-On Poly
Clicking on the link above will open the pdf in a new tab. You can also right-click the link, then choose ‘save as’ or ‘download’ and then save the pdf to your files.
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What Can You Do With These Jigs?
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