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Project by CoreyM posted 11-19-2008 07:03 PM 2084 views 3 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This project began in Canada at Rosewood studio in the spring of 2007. I attended a class taught by Garrett Hack with my oldest brother. We brought the table home in parts. I did all of the inlay, cockbeading, final assembly and finish in my shop.

-- Corey





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CharlieM1958

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#1 posted 11-19-2008 07:28 PM

Nice detail work!

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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woodworm

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#2 posted 11-19-2008 07:51 PM

Excellent work!

-- masrol, kuala lumpur, MY.

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#3 posted 11-19-2008 08:19 PM

Great job

-- Thos. Angle, Jordan Valley, Oregon

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CoreyM

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#4 posted 11-19-2008 08:50 PM

Thanks, everyone, the detail work is time consuming, but worth the effort. At times it feels a bit more like building a model rather than woodworking, but I really like the results.

-- Corey

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PetVet

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#5 posted 11-19-2008 08:56 PM

I love Garrett’s furniture, and you did him proud.

-- Rich in Richmond -- Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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#6 posted 11-19-2008 09:07 PM

Very elegant well done.

-- Woody, UK

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Les Hastings

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#7 posted 11-20-2008 01:35 AM

Fantastic table Corey, awesome job!

-- Les, Wichita, Ks. (I'd rather be covered in saw dust!)

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brianinpa

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#8 posted 11-20-2008 04:18 AM

This project shows two things (besides the fact that you built an awesome table): you didn’t waste your money and Garrett Hack is a great teacher. Great build.

-- Brian, Lebanon PA, If you aren’t having fun doing it, find something else to do.

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Napaman

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#9 posted 11-20-2008 05:45 AM

gorgeous!!! WELCOME TO Lj’s!!!!!!!!!!

-- Matt--Proud LJ since 2007

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Douglas Krueger

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#10 posted 11-20-2008 07:22 AM

I keep telling myself that I need to learn how to do detail inlay and your project reminded me to have yet another talk with myself. Nice work.

a fellow cheesehead

-- I can so I wood but why are my learning curves always circles

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Dennis Zongker

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#11 posted 11-20-2008 03:35 PM

Very nice work!!!

-- Dennis Zongker

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Douglas Bordner

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#12 posted 11-20-2008 04:07 PM

Love that detail work. What a valuable experience that class must of been. Great job.

-- "Bordnerizing" perfectly good lumber for over two decades.

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skeeter

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#13 posted 04-03-2009 04:48 AM

before i read Garrett Hack I knew it was inspired by him. The morse code inlay and the Fans are very him. Extremly nice work.

-- My philosophy: Somewhere between Norm and Roy

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CoreyM

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#14 posted 04-03-2009 02:25 PM

Thanks for the nice comments everyone! It’s been a while since I checked LJ’s. Skeeter, thanks for the comment. Garrett and I have gotten to know each other quite well in the past few years. I really enjoy his woodworking design and philosophy. He’s a really great guy, if you ever get a chance to attend a workshop of his, I highly recommend it. The Wisconsin Woodworkers Guild is having him come this November to talk about drawers, I’m already looking forward to it.

-- Corey

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skeeter

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#15 posted 04-09-2009 10:20 PM

did you use a router or scratch stock to do the stringing inlay. I love it

-- My philosophy: Somewhere between Norm and Roy

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