Sewing Table DeconstructedNovember 14th, 2008 in projects
Well I finally finished the sewing table project that you all might remember started with how to cut the ceiling tin. Once I had that part figured out I totally deconstructed the sewing table. I had never seen one quite so hideous, but I loved the drawers enough to buy it for them alone. Taking it apart was fun and easy. Then came the harder part. I had never worked with the tin tile before so I got out the heavy duty gloves, nailed it to the top of the wood and went to town with my trusty hammer bending the tin around the sides of the board. After that was completed I sanded down the drawers and front of the cabinet. I used a piece of steel wool to apply the brown stain to age the drawers and the tin top. Then I attached the top with screws from the inside and now it could be used for just about any kind of storage. How about a darling desk accessory or it could even go back to the sewing room.
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