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Demilune Table Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo Demilune tables have been around for centuries.Originally they were quite ornate; the one I've made is much more restrained.You can change the dimensions of the table to suit your taste, and you can use almost any wood.
I have made this table out of maple and elm, but it would also look great in cherry, walnut or mahogany.The TopThe top is the easiest part to make.Begin by gluing up the stock, then planing and sanding it smooth.
Joint the edge that will be the back of the top.Then, using a circle cutting jig or template, bandsaw or rout the half moon shape.I chose to cut the top on my bandsaw using a jig.Once the edge is shaped, sand it smooth, then rout the edge with your favourite profile bit.
Better to take two or three passes to shape the edge rather than doing it all at once.Finally, lightly sand or plane the back edge.The LegsThe legs are cut in two steps.First, the legs are tapered: the left leg is tapered on the right side, the right leg is tapered on the left side, and the middle leg...