Plan Author: WoodworkersWorkshop®
Plan Size: 344KB, 5 page(s)
Plan Publisher: WoodchuckCanuck.com, Inc.
Published Date: 2001
Plan Language: English
Tools needed: Scrollsaw saw and other common workshop tools
Woodworking patterns designed and produced by WoodworkersWorkshop®.
Sawbuck projects! Cut it out from scrap wood you probably have in your workshop. Sell for a buck at craft shows. Racks with hooks can be used for any number of uses; tie rack, hats, mittens, keys, tri...
Clearly a place to hang your hat. We prefer to round over the edges with a router but sand paper would do as well. Paint as you like or leave it natural. Beginner skill level. Two sizes included.
This design positions cap so the front is visible. FULL SIZE patterns.
This Shaker style coat and hat rack is designed with a slim profile. Perfect for a narrow hall or entryway. The top shelf is just wide enough for keys and gloves. Nine shaker pegs provide enough space for hats and jackets. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations and exploded view diagrams.
Display your 8 inch diameter Collector Plates with these attractive yet easy to make racks. Plan includes full size patterns for all 3 projects pictured. Directions show how to extend racks to hold additional plates. Made from 9 inch wide lumber.
This folding rack stores dozens of neckties and belts. Swing up and push in to lock it. Every tie will be in clear view. Pull forward, and rack swings down and out of the way. Plan includes pattern for the dog head pictured, as well as a bear head and another for a plain style side pieces not shown.
Friendly giraffes with long necks display baseball caps. Wood pegs hold clothes, backpacks, baseball gloves, etc. Helps keep room organized. Made from 3/4 inch thick lumber. It measures 38 inches tall x 18 inches wide when built.
Welcome your guests with a glass of wine. This convenient server fits almost anywhere. It holds a bottle of wine and four wine glasses. Project swivels on a Lazy Susan bearing.
In as little as a weekend you can get your materials and have this coat and hat rack completed. With its simple design, you can easily add to the length to create more hanging and shelf space.
Norm builds himself a 17th century hat rack suing steam bending techniques. The plan features the S-hook shaped jig form. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
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