Here's the handiest worktable thehobbyist, would-be artist or finger paintercould ask for. Consisting of a rolling ta-
boret which parks under a slant-top draw-
ing table, the two-piece affair provides asafe storage compartment (under a lift-off top) for wet, unfinished paintings, andstorage galore for all kinds of artist sup-plies in two roomy drawers and a hinged-door compartment. The drawing table re-mains affixed to the wall by four anglebrackets, while two caster-fitted blocks
attached to the taboret let you wheel it in
and out, yet it stays put when in use.Both sections are made nearly all of ply-wood. The bottom of the traylike compart-ment of the drawing table is ¼-in, ply-wood set in ¼-in.-deep grooves cut infacing surfaces of the slanting legs.The top of the taboret was cut from aFormica-covered countertop cutout. It'sdadoed on the underside to fit over theback and side panels. Side panels arerabbeted along the bottom to house thebottom panel; along rear edges to housethe back.—Hal
Kelly, Fort Pierce, Fla.
1¼" NO. 7 SCREW