Here is a large farm type coaster wagon that will provide the children with a great deal of fun. The wagon was made from hard wood such as maple or birch.
A miniature pie safe for displaying those special small items. A JPG of the finished safe is included. DXF format. Visit the home site of this link for info on DXF format.
Here is a really nice, easy to make, folding directors chair.
The real secret to a long-spinning top is symmetry — if it is not balanced, it will not spin for long! Never mind all of the geometric formulas — if you drill the hole for the spindle in the EXACT center of the top body, it will spin for a long, long time.
These simple toys give many children their first taste of how to be creative, while keeping them occupied for hours on end. This simple Interlocking Log project can be built with scrap wood that might otherwise go to waste.
Here is the perfect opportunity for you to exercise your design creativity by building this butcher block table.
Material, Cutting and Hardware list only. This arbor project is featured in Workbench Magazine Issue 258.
Please note….cutting diagram only for building a mailbox post. You will find this cutting diagram on Page 2. The link for that page is at the bottom.
Material list and cutting diagram only for this rolling tool box. This project was featured in Woodsmith Magazine Issue 250.
Cutting diagram and material list only. This drill press table upgrade project was featured in Workbench Magazine Issue 253.