A router table makes quick work of cutting raised panels. But an alternative to buying expensive router bits to do this is to cut them on your table saw. Here are a couple of tips to make the job go easier, so you will end up with smooth, clean bevels and square shoulders.
What I will present to you is the assembly for a perch to handle up to a medium sized bird, such as an Amazon or Cockatoo. If you should decide to make one then cut, sand, file, etc. to meet your needs.
For backyard play equipment a sandbox is good place to start! The box itself can be built in a morning and is very inexpensive.
A colonial chair is easy to build and offers no great problem in upholstering. A chair of this type combines well with conventional two piece overstuffed living room suites and also makes an attractive bedroom chair.
If you are a great newspaper fan and have one delivered every day, along with lots of junk mail fliers, a tide of newsprint is probably rising around your reading chair and coffee table. This newspaper recycling box project is the solution.
I made drawer pulls that double as label holders, as you can see in the photo. Here is how I did it.
A great design for a doll crib. Has rocker bottom like a cradle, and also a stand that allows it to swing. A great present for some special little girl. DXF Format
Another nice doll cradle design from Al. Cradle swings on its own stand. DXF Format
A small chair designed to flip it is top and convert to a step ladder. A concept drawing. No prototype built yet. DXF Format
Build this large storage bench with workbench features. Scroll down the page to find the link.