Plan Author: WoodworkersWorkshop®
Plan Size: 283KB, 4 page(s)
Plan Publisher: WoodchuckCanuck.com, Inc.
Published Date: 2001
Plan Language: English
Tools needed: Scrollsaw saw and other common workshop tools
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Our Mission style quilt rack is a perfect compliment to our other Mission style furniture. Complete mortise and tenon construction but you could use screws instead. Use whatever wood material your bud...
A six board stand that you can quickly assemble to display quilts or blankets. Or even place over a heat vent on the floor and hang your coat and mitts! Paint as you like or leave it natural. Beginner...
This rack is simple to make. We prefer to round over the edges with a router but sand paper would do as well. Or even place over a heat vent on the floor and hang your coat and mitts! Paint as you lik...
Our Library Ladder Quilt Rack lets you display several quilts at one time. This 6 foot ladder features oak dowels with embossed oak ornaments to cover the attachment screws. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions.
Keep your quilts handy for those chilly winter nights. Just the thing for showing off your favourites! This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams, lumber layouts and instructions to make the project shown.
This chest has has clear panels on three sides so your prized quilts can be seen and enjoyed by everyone. Generous size holds several quilts. Sturdy construction allows chest to be used for extra seat...
This sturdy project is fully adjustable for comfort. Large knobs make it easy to adjust for the height and to tilt the top. Velcro buckle strap holds quilt firmly in place as needed. Has footrest for comfort. All of the individual parts are drawn full size for this woodworking project.
By Bob Hurt. Designed to sit against a wall or at the foot of a bed. Displays up to three quilts. Patterns for this project are drawn to full scale. Measures approximately 35 inches high x 36 inches wide inside width x 18-3/4 inches deep.
This three-piece rack can hold quilts of different sizes. Simply spread the ends of larger blankets to the required width and fasten them to the wall. Between the ends, centre the central piece. Each end piece has a hook that can be filled with a wood rod.
Finally something entirely new and strikingly different in a quilt rack! This project is adorned with a graceful 3-dimensional flower on each end. All parts are cut from 3/4 inch stock. It is pictured...
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