Build a Farmhouse Dining Table: Part 1

Part one of how to build a farmhouse dining table! Today I’ll be joining (7) boards and edge gluing them together to form one big happy wood family (table top).

color_clockTime Required:
blue_toolsTools Required:
3/4″ Pipe Clamps (need at least clamps and one piece of 3/4″ pipe from Home Depot for each clamp)
3/4″ Pipe (at least 48″ long)
Miter Saw
Table Saw/Circular Saw
Wood Glue
Biscuit Joiner & Biscuits (optional)
Power Sander or Sanding Block
Sanding Paper
blue_cartPurchase List:
7 – 5/4″ x 6 x 8′ (Select Pine from Home Depot or lumber yard)
blue_scissorsMaterial Cut List:
Table Top:
7 –5/4″ x 6 x 8′ @ 88″
blue_downloadDownload Plans:
Coming Soon
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Written by Rick

One stay at home dad (to be) conquers DIY and Diapers


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  1. Hey Rick I like the table project. I personally need one and was thinking about building my own. I was wondering when we will we see part 2?

    • Hi Andres, Part two is cut and ready to go I’m just waiting for some images of the final table in it’s new home. If I can’t get them soon I’ll just post what I have soon!

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