This easy-to-build Barbecue Cart comes complete with two spacious drawers, a condiment organizer, a utensil holder, a slide-out cutting board/shelf and plenty of space for all the cooking stuff you will be needing. Build it using the free plans at Shopsmith Hands On.
A router table makes quick work of cutting raised panels. But an alternative to buying expensive router bits to do this is to cut them on your table saw. Here are a couple of tips to make the job go easier, so you will end up with smooth, clean bevels and square shoulders.
What I will present to you is the assembly for a perch to handle up to a medium sized bird, such as an Amazon or Cockatoo. If you should decide to make one then cut, sand, file, etc. to meet your needs.
Build a Shaker-Style Bed using contemporary construction techniques, this bed still captures the essential Shaker style by Jeff Miller.
For backyard play equipment a sandbox is good place to start! The box itself can be built in a morning and is very inexpensive.
Mark off the deck area using string. The string will help you visualize the size and appearance of the finished deck and will also serve as a guide for excavation and post placement. But trust me, it will always look smaller this way than when it is done.
You can build this sturdy bench in an afternoon. It makes a good edge bench to define the ends of a low deck, or a bench that you can use near a pool is edge or even against a railing. Its clean simple lines would make it fit in with most any decor.
A colonial chair is easy to build and offers no great problem in upholstering. A chair of this type combines well with conventional two piece overstuffed living room suites and also makes an attractive bedroom chair.
This sturdy teeter totter board makes the small children happy both indoors and out. The material used was hardwood such as birch but pine will do almost as well.
The three wren houses shown here may be used as the hanging type or placed on a post. Build them using these free woodworking plans.