Shaker-Style Coat and Mitten Rack: This little rack is easy to build and adds simple, good-looking storage to any home. Makes a great gift, too!
This is Chris Swingley is version of the chamfer plane that appears in John M. Whelans Making Traditional Wooden Planes. Rather than stick with tradition, he decided to make a two piece laminated body. This makes cutting the mortise for the stop, wedge and iron much easier, and it allowed him to make the V … Continue reading Chamfer Plane PDF
The cabinet is approximately 24 inches wide, 12 inches deep, 30 inches tall and has a single shelf centered inside. The main carcase is built from solid oak dovetailed together on the top and bottom, with the back assembly and the two doors built with with frame and panel joinery.
Chris Swingley got some really rough plans for his saw bench project (his other plans are much more detailed than this sketch). The project is so simple, you really only need the appropriate dimensions and a couple photographs of the shape and joinery.
From Chris Swingley – This is a great project to exercise your woodworking skills without using a lot of wood. A step by step tutorial on how I built the shelves can be found on this page. The plans call for about 6 board feet of wood, and the final dimensions are 8 inches deep, … Continue reading Krenov-style Wall Hung Shelves PDF
As I finished building the new deck, I wanted to add more color and personality, and soften the yard to deck transition. A matching planter was just what I needed.
Material, Cutting and Hardware list only. This arbor project is featured in Workbench Magazine Issue 258.
Material list and cutting diagram only for this rolling tool box. This project was featured in Woodsmith Magazine Issue 250.
Cutting diagram and material list only. This drill press table upgrade project was featured in Workbench Magazine Issue 253.
Please note, this is a cutting diagram only for the portable tablesaw workstation stand shown here.