Sewing Table

I built a sewing table for the wife, out of some iron pipe and plywood.

The construction was fairly straightforward, but I forgot to account for the size of the flanges. So the table legs take sort of a trapezoidal footprint.

The joinery is fairly crude, some “mending plates” and screws hold the trim to the plywood. I also had to account for the fact that screws short enough to avoid breaking the surface of the plywood did not have large enough heads to catch the holes in the flanges. So I decided to make new washers out of pennies by drilling them. I think it was cheaper than buying washers…