For years, I have pondered how to keep existing tools in place in drawers and still leave room for new tools. Finally, I devised a modular system that gives me a solution to the problem.
These plans say, folk toys are back! Make the flipperdingers, whimmydiddles, and what not.
Hydrofoils have been around for some time, but even so, nothing on the boating scene draws every eye like a hydroplane lifting out of the water as it gains speed.
Simple and still popular, the falling blocks toy.
Find out how to make one or more of these vintage toys, wind powered land racers.
This free woodworking plan to build a louvered pergola is courtesy of FlexFence web site.
I have a particular look that I am trying to achieve with my home. I want it to appear that it has been here far longer than its actual 8 years. For this reason I use lots of recycled redwood and cedar which I milled on a planer. It provides a nice patina and the nail and knot holes provide the worn look I like. Here is how I built my pergola.
These are plans for a wooden downhill snow toboggan.
We asked Paul Ruhlmann, the co-inventor of the Veritas Tenon Cutter, to show and tell us how to make a garden obelisk. His challenging design is a four-sided ladder with sloped rungs and topped with an optional oblong centerpiece.
This is a shaker-style two-step stepstool, from Maple and Jatoba. Approx 17 inches wide x 19 inches tall x 13 inches deep.