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This week I'm going to start a project for my sister's church. They are replacing their pews with padded chairs (good choice I might add) but to smooth the feathers of a few members they want to build a 4 foot circular communion table out of a the straight backs of some of the pews. I'm hoping that the backs are solid oak or I'll be gluing some edging. Anyway, I want to put a 3" or so skirt under the top so I need your thoughts. How would you folks do it? I'm thinking about making the skirt about 1/2" thick and kerf cutting the back side to make it bendable. How far apart should I make the cuts? I think I'll inset the skirt about 2" in from the edge so the skirt will be about 44" in diameter. Y'all got any ideas?
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