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Free sketchup plans for an Old World Dining Table from Jeff Branch-


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In our area that might be called a farm house table. Daughter had one built 6 months ago.  I think the wilder the adjectives one uses, the more he can charge to make one..She left me a 1,000 dollar check for me to build it and it hung on my bulletin board till she finally got someone to build it where she lives. 

  Not a lot of hidden things in a table like that so a person can make it to suit the area it is going in...and the number of chairs a person has hidden in the closet...

   I got to where I go to Pinterest for things like that  . They always have enough of different designs to confuse a person. So that would cause one to stop and think resulting in many months of pushing the brain to keep from having to actually build something...

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