Materials list and Cutting Guide only for this room divider. From Workbench Magazine Issue 287 Volume 61 Number 1 January/February 2005.
A nice and simple touring canoe that will build quickly for a minimal cost.
This DVD cabinet sill hold three rows of DVDs and a single row of CDs. The case is a dovetailed box with a mortise and tenon face frame and door.
They based the size of the dog door on the dogs height. Pet doors should be positioned so that the bottom of the door is at roughly the same height from the floor as the dogs chest.
The Crumb Tray is a simple turning. The front edge should be sanded to a thin edge. The comb is cut from 1/8-inch stock.
A piece of plywood approximately 5 inches wide by 20 inches long is all the material that is necessary for making this portable shelf.
Here is a great Scroll Saw project for those late Summer/early Fall craft fairs, wildlife napkin holders.
At the link you will find a materials list, hardware list and cutting diagram only to build this bathroom vanity. No instructions.
Here is a very attractive little flower pot holder for your favorite cactus plant. If a metal box is made to fit the holder, it can also be used for tulip bulbs, etc.
Cutting diagrams and parts list only to this dresser cabinet that appears in Workbench Magazine #281.