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Thread: After all your nice comments I ruined it.

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    Senior Member CindyinNY's Avatar
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    Yes, I did!!!!! I cut one side of my table off and it's crooked. :cry: :cry:

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    Oh No! (((HUGS)))

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    Quote Originally Posted by CindyinNY
    Yes, I did!!!!! I cut one side of my table off and it's crooked. :cry: :cry:
    use those screw thingy's on the bottom legs like what the washers & dryers have to level the machine..

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    Oh dear, how disappointing! :-(

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    hugs, hugs

    Quote Originally Posted by CindyinNY
    Yes, I did!!!!! I cut one side of my table off and it's crooked. :cry: :cry:

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    Put the cut piece back on. Drill a couple of holes in the cut end and match the holes and drill the same amount of holes in the table cut end. Hammer a short piece of dowel rod covered in good wood glue, a little bigger then the hole into the table end holes then tap the cut end on the dowels. Now you are right back where you started and can cut it even.

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    color me confused :?:
    are you talking about an actual "table" or the table runner you were working on?

    maybe I missed something, that's nothing new... :oops:

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    OMG!! I'm sorry. LOL I made a typo!
    I meant to say I cut my TABLE RUNNER crooked!
    And why can't I edit my orginal post?????
    It's just not my day!

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    Oh, that makes a big difference!

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    Post a picture of the table runner and how you cut it, I bet there is a way to fix it. Bunch of brilliant people on this site with some great ideas...

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    Thanks for the clarification. I was totally wondering and trying to figure it out.

    Sorry about the mishap, but yes, do post as I'm sure someone here can help repair it good as new!

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    Senior Member CindyinNY's Avatar
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    Posted a pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CindyinNY
    OMG!! I'm sorry. LOL I made a typo!
    I meant to say I cut my TABLE RUNNER crooked!
    And why can't I edit my orginal post?????
    It's just not my day!
    Whoops. sorry thought you meant your table.. !!!! yea those screwy things wont help ya there on your table RUNNER !!!!!!

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    LOL! Thanks for the clarification. I had just read a post by another board memeber that had knocked a hole in her wall through to a closet while her husband was at work so when I read that you cut the table I thought this had changed to the This Old House website.
    But, post a pic of the runner and I'm sure someone will be able to figure a way to fix it. If they can fix a table they can fix anything!

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    I'm so sorry. Maybe someone can suggest how to fix it. Please post a pic.

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    I am laughing here with the confusion and wondering why you cut your table legs off. Still laughing!

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    Well, at least it wll bean easier fix than the real table!

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