. ANATOMY OF A PEMBROKE TABLE

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and the fly rail is cut and assembled. Then, the short outer side rail piece is sawn to size and the stationary pieces are face-glued to the inner side rail. The assembly is then joined to the legs with blind mortise-and-tenons. Wooden cor­
ner blocks are screwed to adjoining rails at the back end of the table to keep the corners square.

The top is attached to the rails with wood buttons, which feature a lip that fits into a groove cut along the inside
edges of the rails; the buttons are screwed to the underside of the top. As shown on page 47, pocket holes can also be used.

The dovetailed drawer is supported by wooden runners screwed flush with the bottom edge of the side rails.

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CUTTING LIST

ITEM

QUANTITY

THICKNESS

WIDTH

LENGTH

Corner blocks

2

3"

3”

3"

Drawer: Front and back

2

Vs"

2%"

1—1 – P*

False front

1

1V2"

27/8"

14%"

Sides

2

%"

2%"

18"

Drawer rails*

2

У4"

3"

163/8"

Runners

2

3/4"

r

21"

Bottom

1

ft

14"

1714"

End rail*

1

4%“

3"

163/8"

Fly rails

2

1”

4%"

IOV2"

Inner side rails*

2

1"

4%"

32"

Leaves

2

7/8"

10"

41»

Legs

4

P/4"

l3//

29 !4"

Short outer side rail pieces*

2

1“

4%"

11‘/4"

Long outer side rail pieces*

2

1”

4%"

І6У4"

Top

1

О

CJ

41"

*Note: Dimensions include tenon or half-lap lengths.