I made this side table to sit next to my couch. It uses an angled T-bridle join, something I haven’t done before. A T bridle joint is essentially just a bridle joint, except it runs through the mating piece. This is usually a simple process with a table saw, but I don’t have one, so I came up with a different solution using a bandsaw. The end result worked, here’s how I did it.

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0:00 Milling the timber (dried over 30 months)
1:48 Cutting T bridle joints
5:26 Shaping the legs
5:50 Glue up
8:17 Cutting the top to size
9:00 Hardwax oil finish

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