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Using some rough sawn Eastern Red Cedar from East Texas. Little nook table for eating breakfast.

I know not to everyone's taste but really rustic and loud pattern that the wife loved so calling it a big win.

Some epoxy on the bigger knot holes and 4 coats of semi-gloss lacquer.

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I love ERC, a big winner here as well.
 

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Lovely looking table, congratulations.
 

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Doesn't matter if others like the table as long as you and your wife do. Congrats on a fine looking table. Points with the wife are a good thing. I ensure mine with Godiva Dark Chocolate Truffels but they are out of stock right now.......has me worrying:) But seriously, well done!
 

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Thanks all. As I get older it seems like I am doing less fine woodworking and more projects that are fast, easy, but functional. None of my kids want the solid wood furniture pieces that weigh a ton and may not be modern enough for their taste so I've gotten rid of most of it through the years. Only a few pieces left that I thought were cool. This one (though not fine woodworking) may fit that bill.

again, thanks for looking and the kind words.
 

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That is a beautiful piece. Like you, I'm doing more small, practical projects only. Have a house full of furniture so don't have a need for bigger projects these days.
 

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Beautiful looking piece of wood. Nice job
 
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