Kreg Jig Projects for
Free Sofa Table Plans
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These sofa table plans were designed to look old to match the

Page 1 of these Kreg jig projects plans for a sofa table showed you how to cut and drill all of the pieces.

To go to Page 1
of these Kreg table plans, click here.

Page 2 will show you how to build a sofa table using "found" legs.

Page 3 are the steps we used
in finishing these sofa table plans.







The free download of the woodworking PDF for these Kreg jig projects plans is available at a link at the bottom of this page.

Woodworking spacing jig makes it very simple to offset the aprons.

ASSEMBLY OF THE TABLE BASE:

The first step in the assembly is to create a simple spacing jig from a piece of scrap wood that is 3/8" thick. This piece could be up to 7" wide, but would only need to be 15" (plus or minus) long.

When you add the aprons to your legs, you will put the spacing jig under the apron. This will raise the apron 3/8", creating a consistent offset on each of your leg/apron joints.




The apacing jig is under the apron so that there will a 3/8

Lay one of your legs on a flat surface. Place one of your short aprons on the spacing jig, and align the apron with the top of the leg. When all is aligned, clamp in place and drive your pocket hole screws.



With the use of the spacing jig the offset is perfect and consistent on each table leg.

With the use of the spacing jig, you can see how nicely the offset works.  Everything is consistent and straight!  And with no measuring!



The side piece for these Kreg jig projects is assembled.

Repeat with the second leg, so that you have one side of your table base that looks like this photo.



Both sides of the sofa table plans are complete and ready for the long aprons.

Then do exactly the same with the other two legs and the other short apron.

You will end up with 2 side pieces that look like this.



You can see the spacing jig under the long apron.

Next you will attach the long aprons to the legs. Place the long apron on top of your spacing jig; align the apron with the top of one of the legs from your completed side; clamp in place; and drive your pocket hole screws.



One long apron has been attached to both of the sides of the sofa table plans.

Repeat with the other end of the long apron for these sofa table plans.



Attach the 2nd long apron to the sides.

Set your 3 sided piece on a flat surface with the long apron high. Lay the spacing jig along the side one of the legs. Lay the second long apron on top of the spacing jig. Align the apron with that leg and drive the pocket hole screws.

Repeat for the other side.



All of the aprons have been attached to the table legs.

With this step your table base is now complete.



ATTACH THE TABLE TOP TO THE TABLE BASE

Attach the table base to the table top with pocket hole screws.

Your last step is attach the base to the table top. Place your table top on a flat surface. Align the base along the marks you had made for the corners earlier. Clamp all in place, and drive the pocket hole screws.



These sofa table plans are complete!

Congratulations!

Your have completed
construction of these
free Kreg table plans!





These sofa table plans were drawn in Sketchup.

WOODWORKING PDF FOR
 THESE FREE SOFA TABLE PLANS

Click here or on the Sketchup diagram
 for the free download

of the woodworking PDF for these
Kreg table plans!

When you print this free download, you should have all the information you need to take to the shop or garage to build these Kreg table plans.







To learn how to build a bench,
check out our Kreg jig projects for wooden benches.

Learn all about Kreg pocket hole screws.

For free sofa table plans with a lower shelf, click here.









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