Limbert-style Arts & Crafts Table Woodworking Plan
Around the turn of the 20th century, Charles Limbert developed a distinctive furniture style that, while inherently Arts & Crafts, also used curves and decorative cutouts. This Limbert-inspired table features gentle curves on each edge and arched openings in the side panels provide access to the shelf.
What's the secret to seamlessly wrapping quartersawn grain around this table's base? Using patterns and a tablesaw sled, you'll cut four identically shaped sides that come together precisely for a stunning appearance from any angle. Full-sized patterns included for curved edges.
Overall dimensions: 20" wide, 20" deep, by 29" high
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WOOD Issue 192, September 2009