Lee Valley Tools    Woodworking Newsletter
   Vol. 4, Issue 4
   March 2010
 
   From the Archive
 

Excerpt from The Boy Mechanic, Book 2, 1915.

Use for an Old Table

Use for an Old Table

An old table of the extension type, that may have a post broken, can be used against the wall in a kitchen as a work table. If there is a damaged part, that side is removed by sawing the crosspieces of the table in two and attaching it to the wall against the leaf which is turned in a reverse position.

— Contributed by A.S. Thomas, Gordon, Can.
 
     
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