Bedside table drawer done

I finally finished up the drawer for my bedside table.  I’ll be working on the TV lift table but progress and blogging will be sparse.  I’m dealing with a medical issue (my knee) that’s going to make it difficult to do much woodworking for the next few months .. at least. 

Anyway, final shots of the Bedside Table:

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16 Responses to Bedside table drawer done

  1. tombuhl says:

    That is a wonderful table. Outstanding work, Marilyn.
    Sorry to hear about the knee. Wishing you some powerful healing.

  2. Oh, it turned out great! Great work Marilyn!! 🙂

  3. Jeff Branch says:

    That is some beautiful wood and quality work on your bedside table. Sorry to hear about your knee. Hope it isn’t too painful.

  4. slowwood says:

    Very nice work Marilyn!
    All the best for you and your knee!

  5. Marilyn says:

    Thanks for all the well wishes. I’ll keep posting as much as I can. 😀

  6. Lookin’ good sister. The blogosphere will be collectively sending good vibes your way for a speedy recovery.

  7. Bob Jones says:

    Months? Are you getting it replaced? Let me know if you have questions – my day job is testing those (and other) devices to be sure they hold up. Success rates are generally very high. Good luck!

  8. joemcglynn says:

    This came out great — now you need one for the other side of the bed, right?

    Sorry to hear about the knee, wishing you a fast and painless recovery.

    • Marilyn says:

      The other client in the house wants drawers, lots of drawings. I would have loved to make two. But alas.

      Thanks for the well wishes. Maybe I’ll get someone to turn me a peg leg! 🙂

  9. tombuhl says:

    Just inform the “other” client that your table has 13 hidden drawers. If she isn’t sharp enough to figure out where they are…well…

  10. Andrew says:

    Nice work, looking forward to seeing the TV lift table..Wishing you a speedy recovery.

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