This little gem is from a 1950 edition of Boat Builders Annual. Also a note from Tom Dacon who had one as a boy. Build this sailing inner tube boat.
These instructions are part of a full downloadable plan-set that can be purchased. This excerpt is to give an insight into what is involved in the making of the Kids Play Cottage before purchasing the full plan-set
A beautiful, contemporary table for any room in the home. Use it against a wall in an entryway or family room…or behind a sofa to help define a living area.
As quick to sell as it is to build, so goes this telephone stand! Cut multiple pieces of just three simple wood shapes to crank these tables out at hyper-speed.
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.
Being some useful notes on late medieval turned triangle stools, backstools, and chairs.
By Tom Hintz – During the renovation of our living & dining rooms, my wife Beth, and I went to lunch at a local establishment that was decorated with wood shelves on the walls. Beth liked the look of the shelves so I seized on the moment and secured the official OK for a new project. After a little discussion, (Beth telling me how they needed to be) we came up with our version of the shelves that incorporated curtain rods below the shelf surface.
Cutting down full sheets of plywood with a circular saw has always been a bit awkward. I usually lay the plywood sheet on supports on the floor and then have to crawl around to make the cut. But recently, I came up with this knock down sawhorse that makes the process a lot easier.
My wife wanted a plant stand on which to put some of her many outdoor plants. I had enough pressure treated lumber in the scrap bin so with her loose dimensions I began cutting up lumber.