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Finally completed my entire dining room set. Made two parson chairs using Ana White, plans with a little modification. Total cost was a little over $350 for everything.

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Comment by Cheryl Coleman on September 25, 2014 at 11:39am

Hey Jay,

Thanks, the fabric I lucked out at Joann's because it was on sale (under $20 total) and I have enough left over to make a table runner.

Cabinets, nope haven't started that yet.  I have probably printed out every post you made on the subject and I think I have a better understanding (thanks to you).  I'm going to delay until it gets a little cooler because my garage is hot as he(double hockey sticks) and I know it's going to make me sweat even more.  I am getting excited to try though so my fear has dissipated some. If I get into trouble I will definitely ask.

Comment by Jay Boutwell on September 24, 2014 at 10:26pm

Hi Cheryl.  This is indeed a very nice though out the build.  I like the upholstery and color as it adds to the charm and the dark top really makes this stand out.

By the way I have been meaning to check back with you on how you were doing on the cabinets you were interested in building.  I had added a couple more posts of which might be of interest to you.  One is on cabinet doors and one is on face frames that is a follow up of the post I sent you the information  about.  Let me know if I can answer any questions for you.   Again nice dining set.  Than

k you for posting. 

Comment by james wilhelm on September 24, 2014 at 8:56pm

Cherly   ,very nice table set , I knew you could do it , well done , keep up the good work, JIM !!                                                                                       

Comment by Jon Canigiani on September 24, 2014 at 4:13pm

Very Nice, Cheryl!  Looks awesome!

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