But what size should they get? And building this table i have no clue which procedure to follow. Should i make the legs joints first and then the curtains?? I decided to make them at the same time so i can correct anything if the matter arises.
I wondered if it was wise to cut the joint area's first and then carve, or the other way round? The legs need to follow in the curve of the curtains so joining them is a great aid when carving. At the same time the tenons are fragile if i still have to carve. I'm not sure, i think i will do both at the same time.
So i've cut as much tenon joints as i can without loosing the end of the stock. They are perfect to hold onto the pieces while handling them.
I've transfered the design on them and the next stage will be sawing them out. Hopefully this weekend?
Enjoy your weekend too!