This chair is straightforward and can be made with simple tools and materials.
Made with a panel that floats inside a frame, this door can cope with seasonal wood movement. Build your own frame and panel doors.
Get kids started right with a workbench that is more than a toy. This bench is 24 inches high – just right for 6 to 10-year-olds to use.
This little stool is patterned after an old-time farm milking stool but at a smaller size to make it convenient for a child to sit on.
Comfort connects with country in this knockdown bench design. We used poplar because we planned to paint the bench, but just about any hard or softwood will work with this design.
Ogee bracket feet are common on tall clocks and drop front desks. Ogee is the name of the molding on the sides of the feet. Only the two front feet and the visible sides of the rear feet have the ogee molding – the rear feet are usually flat in the back so the piece can sit against the wall.
The sculptured curves of this elegant breakfast tray are shaped with a bandsaw, abrasives and files.
Some of the best-received Christmas presents I have ever given are turned ornaments like these. They have a graceful and elegant look, and they are quite lightweight which adds to the mystery of their construction.
While one bookend is fixed, the other moves on four runners until the weight of the books locks it into place. The contrasting wood I used were light oak and dark walnut. You can create your own combination for a unique sliding book rack.
Drop the coin into the box…the coin hits the trip plate…and the box explodes. A great prank toy.