This backyard bird feeder has plexi-glass sides to let you know the level of seed inside. Build it using these free downloadable plans.
If your shop is anything like mine, there are two things you can not get enough of storage and work surface. That is why this roll-around work cart is a welcome addition. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
This rustic-looking frame will keep sunflowers and other tall plants from flopping over in the garden.
Material and Hardware list and Cutting Diagram for the Planter and Trellis project that appeared in Workbench Magazine Issue # 272, Volume 58, No. 4.
Here is a bookcase project that is a lot easier than it may look and when completed provides a sturdy, great-looking place for your favorite books.
Build a brand-new antique! This versatile classic pie safe cabinet goes together fast with biscuit joinery. If you have never made a project of this scale before, or are new to biscuit joinery, this is the perfect place to start.
Cross section, floor plan and detail drawings of a single-tier rabbit cage house for approximately 100 does and bucks. Capacity can be doubled or tripled by stacking cages.
This handsome patriotic tray is an excellent choice for a first project for beginning woodworkers. It can be used as a serving tray or as a creative wall hanging.
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