Build the silverware picnic caddy shown with just a few tools using scraps laying around your shop!
I needed a way to keep small hand tools organized, so I built this benchtop tool caddy. And to make it even more useful, it is mounted to a lazy Susan.
Although a few craftsmen are making fine medieval and Renaissance furniture, most of us still sit on directors chairs at events. This article is aimed at making some medieval seating more accessible.
This Plan shows how to make and fit double lumber gates and how to offset and align the hinges, thus enabling the gates to open over raised ground.
We built this bench for along side a trail. Painted or stained or just allowed to weather, it would look fine in many settings or at the edge of your garden, lake or where ever.
You can enjoy the warm sun and enjoy a glass of lemonade on the deck while your kids play in the sand or water. Scroll down the page and click on the download link for the sandbox.
Outdoor accents to your deck or patio can be both comfortable and useful. A planter bench can function much like a sofa or end table indoors. Scroll down the page at the link to find the free downloadable plan.
This easy-to-make bench is the perfect piece of furniture for any mud room. Full instructions available at the link.
I did not know what a hyperbolic bowl was, so I asked the author, David Kassover, to send it to me. Interesting!
Diagram only with dimensional information. When I constructed Complex Curves, I played fast and loose with some of the details of the plan and got an unexpected result. This plan is what I actually constructed.