A set of sawhorses always comes in handy — until you put them away. They are hard to stack, and they take up valuable space. So I built a pair of sawhorses that knock down for storage.
Display and store up to six antique quilts on this stylish rack. The project began with a sketch of the idea. The final result was a red oak frame with simple lines and easy-to-construct plans.
Here is a great Scroll Saw project for those late Summer/early Fall craft fairs, wildlife napkin holders.
Here is an easy-to-build weekend project that will make a great accent piece in practically any living room or family room.
By William R. Duffield – You have been given fair warning. Here is the finished saw well almost finished, anyhow. I really need to do something about the black plastic knobs. While they are perfectly functional, they somehow detract from the aesthetics.
This extension cord rack leaves both hands free to wrap up the cord.
Transform workshop scraps or special exotics into treasured keepsakes and make a picture album.
Organize your tools by installing a pegboard with these easy step-by-step instructions.
Here are a couple of quick storage projects that will help your shop stay a little more organized. Plus, you can make them in about five minutes or so.
In my humble opinion Eskimo or Aluet style paddles are preferable to the conventional high tech river paddle for sea kayaking. To this end I decided to build my own.