Bandsaw boxes are novel in their design, deceptively simple to build and make perfect jewelry, trinket or keepsake boxes. And the best part of all is that you do not need a bunch of fancy joinery tools to build them. Just a Bandsaw.
Follow along at the link and put your own spin on this spring candle holder.
Build a DVD storage cabinet using the free woodworking plans at the link.
Building a dollhouse can be a rewarding project for the builder as well as the one who decorates it; if you like this simple castle-type design and wish to replicate it; begin with the supply list.
At the link are instructions to build a prism row boat made from just a single standard sheet of plywood.
Its official, I am now one of those insane people who builds boats in the garage. OK, the first one is a small boat. A rowboat really. But these things are known to take on a life of their own.
Build an 18 foot one sheet canoe using the free downloadable instructions at the link.
Even if you do not have a lathe, there is a simple way to make a tenon on the end of a dowel. You start by mounting a straight bit in a router table.
Finding the space for lumber storage has always been a problem for me. So when I built a new workbench recently, I decided to incorporate some lumber storage. The base of the bench is built primarily out of two-by stock. It consists of four trestles that support the benchtop and provide a place for creating a rack to hold lumber.
Because shop space is nearly always limited and there are so many different types and sizes of nails and screws, the space-saving, low-cost hardware organizer, has been a real advantage in my shop. It lets me see at a glance what is in each can.