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Chevron Dining Room Table

I designed and built a 6-person dining room table from 2x10's and trimmed it with 1x4's. It was a piece of cake using my Kreg Jig! I added steel hairpin legs and used a mahogany stain with two coats of poly to finish it off.

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Comment by Megan Miller on October 28, 2014 at 1:20pm

Thanks so much!  The hairpin legs came from www.hairpinlegs.com - they are 28" 3-rod raw steel hairpin legs.

Comment by KregRep on October 28, 2014 at 1:13pm

This table looks great, Megan. I love the way you put it together, and how you used your Kreg Joinery on the table top. Sometimes, when angles are involved, people don't think about using their Kreg Jig. But you show that it's a very viable assembly method on a wide range of projects. Thanks for taking in-process photos and sharing them. Love the hairpin legs. What source did you use?

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