This unique woodworking project was thanks to Keeps! Head to https://keeps.com/blacktail to get 50% off your first order of Keeps hair loss treatment. I rescued a defectheavy chunk of walnut from the local sawmill furnace pile for the round tabletop, then really went to work on it. As for the base, I knew I wanted it to be unique, but I didn't want to spend a lot of money. Or any money as it turns out. So I power carved a solid walnut bistro height base from chunks of wood leftover from old projects. This was a fun project that didn't end up costing hardly anything, let me know what you think of the results!
0:00 Intro 1:27 Bandsaw resaw/bookmatch 2:10 Tell me what you see 3:09 Filling cracks with epoxy 4:06 Making the table base 5:44 Keeps promotion 6:51 Assembling the table base 8:52 Power carving the base 10:19 Spokeshave carving 12:32 Finishing the base 13:25 Flattening the tabletop 14:49 Cutting circles on the bandsaw 16:42 Finishing with Rubio 18:27 Final reveal