Hardworking Lazy SusanComments (0)
Give your outdoor dining table a new spin.
By Bill Sands
Overall dimensions: 191 ⁄2"w × 191 ⁄2"d × 11 ⁄4"h
Passing the ketchup and mustard around the picnic table just got a whole lot easier with this table topper. Glue and splines hold the perimeter of the table frame together. A lazy Susan bearing hidden in a channel underneath allows for the rotation, while a hole in the center of the assembly accommodates an umbrella shaft. With the stock and bearing on hand, you can build the piece in an afternoon.
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