I recently saw an article in a magazine for a table that had a folding top.
The top swiveled and folded to change from a 4 or 5 person table to a 2
person table. Both sides of one half of the top are finsihed because you
use both sides of the table. The best part was that you could put the table
against a wall and unfold it into a bigger table without moving it away from
the way, as I recall.
Does that ring any bells with anyone?? I checked all my paper magazines
and googled but I could not find the article.
Thanks for the help. Right after I posted I remembered:
and I went there and checked and found the article. The article was not
listed on the cover and I missed it during my quick glance. The article was
in the October issue of Fine Woodworking. However, I was wrong. It does
not sit against the wall. However, it will work as a Christmas gift for my
mother-in-law when she moves into a new smaller apartment from her house.
Thank You everyone.
On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 16:01:28 -0400, "David Chamberlain"
I know I saw that, too, but can't find it, unless...Ayup!
October 2003 Fine Woodworking #164, page 38. (I'm up to
page 36 in that issue which is stored in my throne room.
It had a PHP programming book on top of it so I missed
it the first look around.
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