Easier than you might think.
Plywood tabletop, covered in 4 mil painters plastic. The cloth is rolled up. Roll out the first 4 feet to your left. Wet it with epoxy. Roll up the wet epox to your left, and unroll 4 more feet from your right. Wet out the next 4 feet, and roll it to your left. Keep repeating until all the cloth is wet, and rolled up on your left side.
Huge tip. The cloth is a really tight weave. Epoxy really doest want to soak into it from the top. Pour the epoxy onto the table, lay the cloth onto the epoxy, and with the squeegee, force the epoxy up through the cloth.
It takes only about ten minutes to wet out 15 feet of cloth. That leaves you plenty of time to get it onto the board, roll it out, cover in peel ply/ bleeder, and get it into the bag.
Great tips on wet out.
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The board and pattern look great! Nice work