A radio control hydroplane hull design for a fun RC boat.
A paddle is enjoyable to use when it is the right size and has the right fit for your handgrip, two things that are hard to get from a store-bought paddle.
Built of birds-eye maple, this Colonial table is sure to draw compliments for the craftsmanship that took place in your shop.
A larger sandbox toy, kids will love the adjustable seat and toy excavator scooping action.
A fast way to make a mallet is to use the sandwich method. Make the center slice the same thickness as your handle.
Make a hand towel, pot holder, doll house rug with this kid size table top weaving loom.
This sturdy white-oak table will last a lifetime and will not blow over.
Cutting diagram only for this project that appeared in Shopnotes Issue #83.
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.