It’s a life savor too! Perfect for any kind of crafting. One reader requested the plans so she could do her cake baking business on. Really, it can be suited for anything.
If you find yourself with a tiny space, it easily allows for more wiggle room when needed.
If you know how to work the saw, get to it. If you don’t, find a handy man (or woman) that can. Just hand them the free plans below.
Update: These table plans are to be used as a guide. We have been notified by users explaining some of the measurements seem to be off, which may be the case. We apologize for the inconvenience and any confusions. We recommend drafting paper pattern pieces before cutting any wood.
The above table can be made out of ¾ inch plywood and pine boards. The material list includes:
The 2×4’s are cut at 3’ 1” and you will need 6 of them. One of the 1×4 boards is cut in half at 4’ and the other two are cut into three pieces at 3’ 2” inches. Using a table saw cut the other half of the 4’ 1X4 in half lengthwise. The 2×6 is for the feet of the center board and is cut at 18 inches long with tapered tops to match the leg width. The taper is optional since it is only aesthetic. The dowel is for the lid of the center box, you will only need two 2 inch pieces.
Folded up the table should look something like this:
|I hope these made sense to you. It’s kind of a foreign language to me. I’m sure you can direct any questions to me and I will continue to nag 🙂|