2019-10-19 (Sa) PillarGame IoTHackDay

The table skirt had to be cinched or bunched so it would not droop in the span between snaps. Elastic might have been a wise choice since it might wrinkle the hem uniformly, but I opted for a couple of stitches to tighten things up.
Shoddy stitchwork by a slipshod seamster

Some of the fabric still sagged, so I applied black electrical tape around the edges to hide the wood. It might have been better to completely cover the table with black polyurethane, but that would involve removing the tops for a day while they dried. If the tape fails after a couple of days, that will be my best option.
Black border

From a distance, the table looked finished to me. In the pictures, I left one panel with the white dry-erase surface facing up to show contrast, but during the presentation, the whole top should be black.
Not bad but not seamless

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