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Sofa Table

A Sofa Table is a welcome addition to any home. Whether against the wall or behind an actual sofa, the table brings equal doses of beauty and functionality. The table measures 46″ Wide x 35.5″ Tall x 16.5″ Deep.

Instructor: Matthew Cremona

The project includes:

  • 14 step by step lessons
  • 206 minutes of video instruction

$90.00

Matt's instruction is thorough and entertaining. I learned a lot during this project, which I consider to be my first real furniture project. I can't wait to start the next one! Scott 5/5

What You’ll Receive:

  • Detailed cut list and plans including a PDF and a SketchUp file (metric and imperial).
  • Hours of detailed video instruction (14 videos) showing every step of the build, from wood selection to finishing.
  • All videos and plans are digital and will be available for download upon purchase. Closed Captioning available.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Lumber/grain selection
  • Properly executed bread board ends
  • Dovetail socket joinery
  • Double/twin tenon joinery
  • Stub tenon joinery
  • Traditional dovetailed drawer construction
  • Simple inlay
  • Wiping varnish finishing

What You’ll Need:

  • Jointer, Planer, Table Saw, Band Saw, Router with edge guide and 1/4″ guide bushing, Drill, Hollow Chisel Mortiser, Sander
  • 1/8″, 1/4″ and 1/2″ Spiral Straight Bits
    Pattern bit
  •  1/4″, 3/8″ and 7/8″ Forstner bit (drilling out the dovetail socket waste in the leg)
  • 3/16″ Drill Bit (brad point preferred)
  • 7/32″ round file
  • Ratchet, 1/4″ socket, and driver bit OR right angle screwdriver
  • Shoulder plane
  • Chisels: 1/8″, 1/4″, 1/2″, and 3/4″ or wider
  • Dovetail saw
  • Coping saw
  • Flush trim saw
  • Marking knife
  • Marking Gauge
    Square
  • Card Scraper
  • #4 Hand plane
  • block plane
  • Dividers

Nice to Have:

  • Drum Sander for sizing the inlay banding
  • Dowel plate for making the pins, alternatively store bought dowel stock can be used
  • Router Plane
  • Drawing bow
  • Compass Plane
  • Dovetail marker

Materials

The provided cut list includes all of the information you'll need to order stock for your project. Project kits of stock are available if you would like to simplify the process.

14 Lessons Included

1.

Sofa Table Introduction

An in-depth look at what's to come in the Sofa Table build!

8:01

2.

Stock Selection

Picking the perfect boards for various parts of the sofa table.

20:56

3.

Panels

The panel stock is milled to dimension, glued together, and cut to final size.

9:47

4.

Breadboard Joinery

The panels receive tenons and the breadboards receive mortises to form the breadboard ends.

15:26

5.

Legs & Dovetails

The legs are milled and the sub-top breadboard dovetail is cut.

19:54

6.

Twin Tenons

The lower breadboards are joined to the legs with twin tenons!

9:23

7.

Divider Joinery

The dividers are attached the top shelf and sub-top using a clever mortise and tenon structure.

13:22

8.

Pinning Breadboards & Tapering Legs

Holes are drilled, elongated, and pins are added to hold the breadboards in place.

12:51

9.

Curves & Back Panel

The curves are created using a template and a flush trim bit and the back panel is cut to size and fit.

8:25

10.

The Top

The top is glued together, cut to size, curved, and the beautiful inlay is added.

18:20

11.

Pre-Finish & Assembly

The entire project (sans drawer) is sanded, pre-finished, and assembled.

16:08

12.

The Drawer

The drawer parts are cut to size and beautiful half-blind dovetails are cut.

18:35

13.

Curving & Fitting the Drawer

Through dovetails are cut and the drawer is assembled.

21:30

14.

Wrapping Up

Attaching the top, the drawer bottom, the drawer pull, and adding wax for a smooth-sliding drawer.

13:25

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  1. (verified owner)

    He’s not Marc but could be better. Marc may have to step up his game after this one.

  2. (verified owner)

    I’ve done a few project in the past couple years but most were within my comfort zone. I wanted to take my self out of that and try something more difficult. Matt teaching style is one that I like and I think you will too, even if you’re Team Marc 😉

  3. (verified owner)

    Matt’s instruction is thorough and entertaining. I learned a lot during this project, which I consider to be my first real furniture project. I can’t wait to start the next one!