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1Model of Table (Optional)

If you know your table manufacturer name and style number, we may already have your pattern.
Please call us before you order at 1-800-541-0271 to see if we have your pattern.
Where do I find my numbers?

Model or style numbers can be found under your table, on a sales slip, in an accompanying brochure, or call your store. Furniture retailers have been ordering this way for 100 years. Our Manufacturer Sequence Guide will help you identify the number.

2Shape

Table leaf animation

Click the shape closest to your table (without leaves)

Choose the shape closest to your table (without leaves)




















3Colors

Choose a top color


























Choose a bottom color








4Accessories

Table Pad Locking Systems

Fabric Snug-Locks are velour strips that act like Velcro under the pad. Dura-Locks R are latches hidden along the abutting sections of your table pad.

Photo: Dura-Lock R close-up Photo: Snug-Lock close-up


Table Pad Storage Bag

Photo: table pad bag with zipper Our table pad storage bag is made of heavy polyester with zipper and handle. More

Leaf Storage Bags

Our leaf storage bags, available in both 100% cotton flannel and vinyl, protect wooden leaves from scratches. More

Photo: wood leaf in blue flannel bag

Flannel bags
for leaves up to
50ʺ long
  $30 $Call



Flannel extra long
for leaves up to
72ʺ long
  $50 $Call




Photo: wood leaf in brown vinyl bag with lining

Vinyl bags
for leaves up to
52ʺ long
  $25 $Call



Vinyl extra long
for leaves up to
62ʺ long
  $35 $Call



5Measurements

Please choose a shape and number of leaves in Step 2 first.

Measurements to Take:

Questions? Call us at 1-800-541-0271.

Tip: scroll down for rules for measuring.
 

Table measurement diagram
Table padshape image
Arrow diagram: width is the table’s short dimension, length is the long dimension

Size of each drop leaf in inches               

Center section size

Table leaf diagram
Arrow diagram: size of each insert leaf is measured from crack to crack

Zero insert leaves—size of each leaf in inches

  First leaf

  Second leaf

  Third leaf

  Fourth leaf

  Fifth leaf

  Sixth leaf

Are you mailing a paper pattern?  Instructions
 


Rules For Proper Measuring

  • Measure using only a flexible metal tape, not cloth or wood: they are not accurate.
  • Measure the flat top surface only. Do not include any lip, bevel, rolled or sloping edges. How do I know what to measure?

Various rolled, ogee and sloping table cross-sections with edge of flat top surface marked: Measure to Here
(This bevel is most often only found on glass tables, and occasionally on wood. Many customers choose to cover this bevel. Please call and we will help you make this decision.)

Important: If your table is square or rectangular with rounded corners, a pattern is needed. Remember that rounded corners can have different sizes, from very small like a dime to very large like a basketball rim. Either way, rounded corners require you to take a pattern: choose a new shape, “Rectangle with rounded corners,” and then instructions on “How to Take a Pattern” will appear here.

If your table is perfectly square or rectangular, with sharp square corners, we do not need a pattern. (Think of a shoebox: it has straight sides, straight ends and four sharp square corners.)

80% of tables thought to be round are not true perfect circles. In order to give you the best fit, we would like you to measure the width and length. In our industry we consider the width to be along the split, and the length to be opposite or perpendicular to the split.

If your round table has no split, we would still like you to measure in two directions: pick one direction to be the width (for instance, following the grain) and then the opposite or perpendicular direction is the length.

If the width and length are off by even 1/8ʺ, we want to know. We draw round table pads with a giant compass and we will make this adjustment.

If the width and length are off by more than 1/2ʺ, a pattern is needed. How to take a pattern

Important: If your buffet is square or rectangular with rounded corners, a pattern is needed. Remember that rounded corners can have different sizes, from very small like a dime to very large like a basketball rim. Either way, rounded corners require you to take a pattern: choose a new shape, “Other shaped buffet,” and then instructions on “How to Take a Pattern” will appear here.

If your buffet is perfectly rectangular, with sharp square corners, we do not need a pattern. (Think of a shoebox: it has straight sides, straight ends and four sharp square corners.)

The main objective in making pads for a dropleaf table is to maintain versatility. This means we usually make one pad for each drop leaf, and a separate pad for the center section. On some dropleaf tables, the center section is solid. On others, it separates and opens for insert leaves, so we make a separate pad for each insert leaf.

Important: If your dropleaf table is oval, rectangular with rounded corners, or any other non-rectangular shape, a pattern is needed. Remember that rounded corners can have different sizes, from very small like a dime to very large like a basketball rim. All of these shapes require you to take a pattern as instructed below.

If your dropleaf table and leaves are perfectly rectangular, with sharp square corners, we do not need a pattern; after entering your measurements, skip to Four Ways to Place Your Order below. (Think of a shoebox: it has straight sides, straight ends and four sharp square corners.)

Important: If your harvest dropleaf table is square or rectangular with rounded corners, or any other non-rectangular shape, a pattern is needed. Remember that rounded corners can have different sizes, from very small like a dime to very large like a basketball rim. Either way, rounded corners require you to take a pattern as instructed below.

If your harvest table and leaves are perfectly rectangular, with sharp square corners, we do not need a pattern; after entering your measurements, skip to Four Ways to Place Your Order below. (Think of a shoebox: it has straight sides, straight ends and four sharp square corners.)

When leaves slide into the ends, they do not usually fit flush. This is because the leaves and the main table have been finished with a bevel on all four sides, creating a “V” or gap that we need to account for. That is why it is important to measure only the flat top surface of each section, and why we ask for the length of the table without leaves above.

Please call us at 1-800-541-0271 so we can do the math and explain how we will accommodate the gap.

We also ask for the size of each leaf if you include leaves in your order: do not assume the leaves are the same.

Important: If your refectory table is square or rectangular with rounded corners, or any other non-rectangular shape, a pattern is needed. Remember that rounded corners can have different sizes, from very small like a dime to very large like a basketball rim. Either way, rounded corners require you to take a pattern as instructed below.

If your refectory table and leaves are perfectly rectangular, with sharp square corners, we do not need a pattern; after entering your measurements, skip to Four Ways to Place Your Order below. (Think of a shoebox: it has straight sides, straight ends and four sharp square corners.)

How to Take a Pattern

Photo: tracing a table pad pattern Please follow these directions carefully. The fit of your table pad can only be as nice as your template and as accurate as your measurements. Please do not hesitate to call 1-800-541-0271 before getting started if you have any questions. You can also request our free brochure, which includes a large piece of template paper and a postage paid return envelope.

  • Open our template paper and flatten it out. If you are using your own paper, brown shipping or wrapping paper works perfectly.
  • Make a pattern of just one half of your table. If our template paper does not completely cover half, add to it by adding your own paper, or give us a call. Line up the edge of the template paper exactly on the center split of the table.
  • If your table has no center split, we need a pattern of the complete top. For servers or buffets, line up the paper with the back edge.
  • Use phone books or heavy objects to hold the pattern still.
  • Only using a lead pencil, drag or rub the side of the lead against the very top edge of your table’s flat surface only. Tracing tips

Tip #1  The point of the pencil should be pointing towards the table, not towards the floor.

Tip #2  Hold the pencil as parallel as possible to the flat surface. Do not hold the pencil like a rocket ship.

  • Do not for any reason cut the pattern to get it into the envelope; just fold it again.

Photo: tracing a table pad pattern Please follow these directions carefully. The fit of your table pad can only be as nice as your template and as accurate as your measurements. Please do not hesitate to call 1-800-541-0271 before getting started if you have any questions. You can also request our free brochure, which includes a large piece of template paper and a postage paid return envelope.

  • Open our template paper and flatten it out. If you are using your own paper, brown shipping or wrapping paper works perfectly.
  • Make a pattern of just one drop leaf. Line up the edge of the template paper with the seam or crack, where the drop leaf meets the center.
  • Diagram: rectangular table with rectangular center section (no pattern needed) and egg-shaped oval table with non-rectangular center section (center pattern needed)Only take a pattern of the center section if it is not rectangular in shape.
  • Use phone books or heavy objects to hold the pattern still.
  • Only using a lead pencil, drag or rub the side of the lead against the very top edge of your table’s flat surface only. Tracing tips

Tip #1  The point of the pencil should be pointing towards the table, not towards the floor.

Tip #2  Hold the pencil as parallel as possible to the flat surface. Do not hold the pencil like a rocket ship.

  • Do not for any reason cut the pattern to get it into the envelope; just fold it again.

Four Ways to Place Your Order

  • Click “Add to Cart” below to order online. You will also need to mail us your pattern (be sure to enclose your name and phone number).
  • Order by phone at 1-800-541-0271.
  • Print this order form, fill in your payment details, and mail it along with your pattern to the address on the form.
  • Print this order form and fax it to 1-440-930-2558. You will also need to mail us your pattern (be sure to enclose your name and phone number).

(When shipping outside the continental U.S. or to APO/FPO, please call for a quote.)

Four Ways to Place Your Order

  • Click “Add to Cart” below to order online.
  • Order by phone at 1-800-541-0271.
  • Print this order form, fill in your payment details, and mail it to the address on the form.
  • Print this order form and fax it to 1-440-930-2558.

(When shipping outside the continental U.S. or to APO/FPO, please call for a quote.)

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Your Table Pad

Follow these 5 steps to customize your table pad and calculate the price. You can order online, by phone, or by mail. Now 35% off.

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Exclamation point symbolTo finalize the price, you must take measurements. If you do not know your table model, you must also make a pattern. Instructions are in Step 5.
Exclamation point symbolTo finalize the price, you must take measurements. If your table isn’t a rectangle with sharp square corners, and you do not know your table model, you must also make a pattern. See instructions in Step 5.
Exclamation point symbolPlease call our experts at 1-800-541-0271. We can make pads for any shape of table or other piece of furniture. See instructions in Step 5 for measuring your piece to determine the price.

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Pioneer Table Pad Company
P.O. Box 40117
Bay Village, Ohio 44140-0117


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