This is a fun little project, that sets up a woodworking area just for kids! We all need our own space, so does this little woodworker! Build a child size workbench.
Here is a novel bar which will add to the convenience and attractiveness of your lawn furniture. Free plans for this wheelbarrow soda bar are available at The Woodcrafter.
Inexpensive lumber obtained from packing boxes can be used for most parts in constructing these simple dressing tables.
Here is a really nice, easy to make, folding directors chair.
Graceful and distinctive, a pair of these spiral candlesticks will lend charm to any mantle. Maple, or some other hard, close-grained wood should be used. Each stick is made up from four separate turnings, held together by dowels.
Here is a simple recipe box that will give your 3 x 5 inch recipe cards a home…Designed to sit on the coutertop or hang on the wall. It is quick and easy to make…and practical as it can be.
Small scale chicken coops seem to be built in almost every possible shape and size. Those building a new coop often ask for plans for the perfect chicken coop.
At the link you will find an image only, giving dimensions and diagrams on building your own beehive.
Easy do-it-yourself plans for a redwood potting and garden center. Includes artwork and materials list.
So what goes into the making of a championship duck call? In the case of a Don Dennis call, the simple answer is wood, brass, a little cork and a strip of mylar for the reed.