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Cut List and Shopping List for Farmhouse Tables, Benches, and Extensions

If you’re looking to build your own Farmhouse Table……here’s a .pdf of the cut list and shopping list for the following;

  • Farmhouse Table (96″x45″)
  • Matching Bench (75″x14″)
  • Accompanying Extensions
  • Farmhouse Table (72″x41″)
  • Matching Bench (52″x14″)
  • Accompanying Extensions

If you’d like to see the building plans I’ve used in the past, check out this post; Blueprints.

For very detailed building plans, step-by-step instructions, and more check out this post NEW and IMPROVED details.

jpeg of Cut List and Shopping List for 96"x45" Table, 75"x14" Bench, and Accompanying Extensions...please refere to the link for accurate footnotes

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Comments

  1. Sara March 17, 2013

    Great table. I love the color. What kind of wood did you use? as well as the stain?

  2. Amanda March 12, 2013

    Amazing table! What kind of wood did you use? Recommend?

  3. Tami February 4, 2013

    Love this table and bench…exactly what I was looking for….

  4. Texas Matt November 25, 2012

    Tommy,

    I made your larger table, the 96X41 earlier this year. It turned out great! I ended up selling it with two benches and extensions. I’ve just started on the smaller version, 72X41 and have ran into a snafu with the cut list. I’ve found that the 2X4 cut lengths are too long on nearly all cuts. The inside and end aprons, as well as the under supports are listed too long. In fact, I think the cut list you use on your “new and improved farmhouse table” page are more accurate. The cut list for your larger table on this page will probably work. I noticed you used 4 2X12 for the top. That’s different from your “new and improved table.”

    I’m going to go through and cut my 2X4 aprons and supports shorter, according to the original specs. I thought you should know that your cut list won’t work with the smaller table, and if you could update it, it might create less confusion.

    thanks again for all the posts. I enjoy reading and seeing what you make.

  5. Western Warmth June 28, 2012

    Very generous of you. Thanks for sharing!

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