Port Townsend School of Woodworking
Preserving the Tradition

Hayrake Table Cutlist

 

Hayrake table cutlist

Instructor, nancy Hiller


Lumber (species of student’s choice):
8 board feet of 8/4 or 12/4 which is available locally
50 board feet of 5/4
10 board feet of 6/4
Dowels in the species (and diameter) the student wishes to use. Students may also make their own dowels if the school has a dowel cutting plate.

These quantities reflect an allowance for waste based on my experience and are for a table with top dimensions of 36” x 64”.

**Before purchasing your lumber, please check that the quantities for roughsawn board footage will suffice for the dimensions of YOUR table, using the cutlist below as a basic guide.**


Cutlist (Note: these are finished sizes. It would be better to bring lumber that is close to these dimensions and finish milling at the school.)

Part/Quantity/Thickness/Width/Length
Legs: 4/2-1/2” x 2-1/2” x 29”
Top: 1/1” x 36” x 64”
Apron rails: 2/1-1/4” x 3” x 55” (including a 1-1/2” tenon at each end)
“ “ 2/1-1/4” x 3” x 25-3/4” (including a 1-1/2” tenon at each end)
Center support: 1/1” x 2-3/4” x 25-1/2” (including 3/8” sliding dovetail at each end)
Long stretcher rail: 2/1” x 2” x 50” (overlength) (Note: The table will only have one, but I recommend bringing enough for two because this is the part most likely to have to be redone.)
Short stretcher rails: 4/1” x 2” x 20” (overlength)
Curved stretcher rails: 2/1” x 5” (approx.) x 15” (overlength)
Stock for top attachment buttons: 1/7/8” x 1-1/4” x 30” (approx.)
Pegs or dowels to peg tenons