Based on Norm Abram’s design from New Yankee Workshop – this Adirondack style chair features wider seat, larger arms and thinner seat slats are the differences. A SketchUp model drawing.
An Adirondack chair that I saw in Fine Woodworking magazine. This is a SketchUp model plan.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a bird feeder. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
A woodworking beach chair. Each component is a seperate entity so that is can be manipulated and measured individually.
This tree house is really more of a self supporting platform built around a tree rather than the traditional type of tree house consisting of a small playhouse built or placed in the trees branches.
Decks require work and maintenance and sometimes replacing. Learn how to replace some parts while keeping others.
Download these plans and build a unique adaptation of the classic Adirondack chair.
Of the various whirligig projects I have designed, the airplanes from World War II are my favorites. The P-51 Mustang was originally designed and built for the British air force. It first saw action in 1940. Later, the P-51 was used in the American air force.
A fair amount of thought had to go into the design of these gates. The driveway had an uphill slope, therefore the bottom of the gates had to be about 250mm (10 inches) above the ground in closed position to allow the gates to open over the sloping drive.
Illuminate your next backyard party with the twinkle of these tea-light candle lanterns. Recycle those wood scraps!