Relatively easy and inexpensive to build, this umbrella table is the perfect size for a gathering of friends at a summertime lunch.
Follow along at the link and build this handsome unique log crib.
I do not know too many homesteaders, gardeners, or small farmers who haven not at one time or another wished for one of those fancy big-wheeled garden carts.
The basic problem with rope beds is that unless the rope is very taut, they sag. The solution in this design is to have the mesh of ropes fasten not to the foot of the bed but to a horizontal dowel a little above the foot.
This is a modest-sized bookcase, with a few drawers along the top to make it interesting. Build it using these free instructions.
This is a pretty quick and easy project. Here is the situation. The family is growing; the old table is not. Right now we just need a bigger table.
One for the kids, a neat rocking table that doubles as play table.
Here is an elegant way to make these classic joints. This blanket chest is the ideal project to showcase this technique.
This is a one page PDF document. Its an adapted library table. The carved linn fold decoration is typical feature of woodwork during the time of Henry VIII. You need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view the PDF document at this link.
By Matthew Power – This 3 page PDF document transcribes the original table measurements. You need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view the PDF document at this link.