This tree fort is built from a kit but perhaps you can build your own following these instructions.
This redwood bath tray solves the storage challenge posed by antique-style clawfoot tubs.
This slotted holder keeps your blades in sight and ready and can easily be made with a small bit of plywood or a few boards.
Most router-bit storage systems force you to guess how many bits you will add to your arsenal in the coming years. Dave Campbell neatly sidestepped that dilemma by designing this modular router bit storage system that fits in any drawer and easily grows to meet your expanding bit collection.
Over the previous few months I had become convinced of the need to have a splitter on my table saw.
This Tempered Hardboard serving tray is made up of five pieces of stock and four escutcheon pins that hold the tray together.
Build this toolbox with your child or make it as a gift, filled with small size tools it makes a fantastic birthday or Christmas present.
The problem is holding the chisel at a consistent angle as you sharpen. To do this, I clamp the chisel to a simple sharpening guide.
When I am sanding small workpieces with a palm sander, I like to use a non-skid sanding mat. The mat holds the pieces in place and leaves me with one less thing to worry about. The only trouble I have is keeping the mat within easy reach. The solution to this problem was simple with this flip up sanding mat.
This sandpaper dispenser is a nifty way to hold rolls of sandpaper. Plus, it makes it easy to pull out just the right amount of sandpaper and tear off a piece.