NOTE: The Kreg micro jig screws are not usually available at the big box stores or your local hardware store, so you will probably need to order them online.
POCKET HOLE JOINERY USED:
Edge joining was used for the construction of the table top. Pocket hole screws were used to combine 3 pieces of wood together as one piece.
Right angle joining was used to attach the aprons to the legs and the table box to the table top.
WOODWORKING PROJECT COSTS:
The approximate cost to build this Shaker end table with drawer out of pine is $60-70. If you were to build a pair, the cost would be approximately $55 each, because you would have enough pocket hole screws, and plywood from the first to build the second one.
Cutting the Wood and Drilling the Pocket Holes.
Cut 4 leg pieces as shown in the photo above, and 3 top pieces, as shown in this photo. Because the top is the most noticeable you will want to find the best sections of board to cut the top pieces from.
This photo shows all of the pieces needed for the aprons. The furniture plans PDF gives you the exact dimensions of each piece, and also shows you where to drill the pocket holes. (The link to the PDF is at the bottom of the page.)
You will be gluing the pieces for the front apron, rather than using pocket hole screws to join them. It will be necessary to clamp them together while the glue dries.
All of the wood used in the base and top of these free end table plans is 3/4" thick, so you will only need to set your pocket hole drill guide once to drill all of the pocket holes.