If you own a table saw, you know it works great for ripping long pieces. But did you know that you can crosscut wide pieces with the same ease and accuracy? All it takes is a table saw sled.
Here is an easy-to-build organizer you can complete in one morning, even if you are a beginning woodworker. The only must-have power tools for this project are a drill and a circular saw, though a table saw and a miter saw would make the job much faster and easier.
Four simple DIY projects to help organize your garage. None of these DIY projects take more than four hours to complete. Complete instructions and photos for how to build suspended shelves, a bike lift, a ladder rack and a wall mounted wheelbarrow holder.
Here is instant protection for any kind of messy job. Before you start, just unroll enough rosin paper from this jumbo paper towel holder to protect your workbench. The thick paper absorbs all the glue or finish. When the paper gets too dirty, tear it off and throw it away. A roll of rosin paper is 170 ft. long, so one will last a long time. Here is how to build your paper holder.
Three easy-to-build garage storage and organizing projects: a rotating set of shelves that tuck into a corner, a folding perf-board cabinet, and a wall-hung pet-food dispenser.
Window cornices are a simple, inexpensive way to dramatically enhance any room. They will hide ugly drapery rods and add a touch of custom-made detailing that makes an ordinary window or patio door look like something special.