You don't need coasters for this table

September 23rd, 2009 in member junk     
CountryJunkSale CountryJunkSale, member
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The grindstone is pegged through the hole to the wood base, to keep it from moving.
Filling the feed bunks with produce for the Fall Country Junk Sale
The grindstone is pegged through the hole to the wood base, to keep it from moving.

The grindstone is pegged through the hole to the wood base, to keep it from moving.


We're busy harvesting Cinderella Pumpkins, broom corn, Indian corn, gourds and squash for our Fall Country Junk Sale, but found time to make this table, out of a huge old 28" grindstone and some 2x4 scraps.


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (13)

junkinator writes: What a great use for an old grindstone--it 'rocks!' Anita Posted: 9:22 pm on October 1st
itsnotjunk2me writes: Oh my-how cool is this! You really put your nose to the grindstone with this idea! I have several of these in our gardens with milk cans or galvanized planters sitting on them. At least one is broken, but what an idea! I just LOVE this site and it's creative members!!! judi ;) Posted: 4:35 pm on October 1st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: A+! Love it!
Candy Posted: 8:48 pm on September 24th
monakent writes: This table is ADORABLE!!!! I want it!!!! Will you be in coming to Wisconsin soon???? gailmarie :o) Posted: 4:19 pm on September 24th
TinTinJunkFan writes: This is adorable, great idea, and it looks perfect with the pumpkins! Posted: 3:20 pm on September 24th
RustyDiva writes: Love the stool ~ it will last 4~ever!! I'm thinking of trying my hand at growing gourds next year. Any advice? Yours look awesome! I love Fall too!!! Posted: 11:34 am on September 24th
JunkArchitect writes:
I love old grindstones and have been trying to find one for a new junk project. Your table is such a great piece. Good job and good luck with the sale

Jim

Posted: 9:30 am on September 24th
suewhitney writes: Awesome....I love these grinding stones and this is a PERFECT use for them. It doesn't need coasters and it won't blow away in the wind. That's a twofer for sure!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:37 am on September 24th
shabbychick writes: Love the table you made and your country setting looks beautiful - good luck with your sale!!

Kathy Posted: 8:36 am on September 24th
CottageElements writes: Sure helps me get into a fall mood. Unfortunately it means winter is around the bend :( Love the little stool out of the grindstone. Very creative!

Lani Posted: 12:10 am on September 24th
alicemom writes: Gosh darn! I wish i was close. I love the pumpkins. The barn topper looks great!
The grind stone table is really cool.
smiles, alice Posted: 10:32 pm on September 23rd
MimiToria writes: How cool is this girls!!! I remember a grindstone like this on a rusty base sitting out in the pasture on the farm I grew up in. Brings back memories!
Quite creative - Good luck at your next venue, and so enjoyed you guys next door.
Gretchen Posted: 9:19 pm on September 23rd
chippingcharm writes: The table turned out great...the pumpkins look wonderful. I love Fall!!! Laurel Posted: 8:50 pm on September 23rd
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