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.
Diagram providing dimensional information only. Here is another display piece that is fun to watch as it develops. Free pattern at the link.
A trellis can function as a unique sunscreen or can be the framework for an outdoor hanging garden. Scroll down the page at the link to find the free downloadable plan.
Build this bench with just a few tools using scrap wood laying around your shop! Materials list and step-by-step instructions at the link.
If you are looking for an eye-catching addition to your backyard that can give you maximum usability all year long, consider a gazebo.
What better way to capture the glorious colours of fall than in a beautifully crafted leaf box? The rich, warm tones of the finished pine frame complement the mixture of gold and scarlet maple leaves showcased inside.
These frames use cope and stick joints at the corners, which give a strong tongue and groove joint and a mitered moulding look on the inside detail. A groove or rabbet is also created at the same time to hold a raised, flat, or glass panel.
11 ft wide each side, center post, cable supported. Follow the instructions on that page to quickly find the plan number. This plan number is 5614.