The 28 series (plans that start with 28-) are the best of the projects from Editors of Woodcraft Magazine. Plans feature step by step instructions with photographs, some include exploded illustrations for various project steps, a cut list and cutting diagram, and a Convenience Plus Buying Guide so you know exactly what supplies are required to complete the project.
This fretwork scroll saw woodworking pattern features a sailing day on the harbor. What a great way to enjoy the day! This pattern is very delicate and must be cut and handled very carefully. A spiral...
A beautiful garden arbor to display your plant. Accommodates a standard 5 inch diameter clay pot. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions to make the projects shown.
This beautiful archway arbor could be your garden gateway. Make from standard lumber sizes and a 4x8 ft sheet of plywood. It measures approximately 91 inches tall, 84 inches wide and 36 inches deep. We recommend the bottom end of the posts be anchored to the ground.
Build this arbor as a stand alone project or add a porch swing (shown here, plan W2269 sold separately). When built this arbor is just over 8ft tall, 8ft wide and 4ft deep. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions to make the projects shown.
An attractive bridge to decorate your yard. It can be used to span a garden pond, but having a pond isn’t required. Bridge can simply be placed in the garden or lawn as a stand alone decoration. The bridge itself is 43 inches wide x 10 ft long and rests on 29 x 60 inch raised platforms.
Stylish, comfortable lawn furniture which you can make easily and inexpensively from 1x4 lumber. This lumber is readily available at almost any lumber yard and is very inexpensive. You’ll find this furniture a snap to cut and assemble, and the pieces will go together perfectly.
The base of this intimate structure measures only 8 x 8 ft. The raised centre section is 6 x 6 ft, just large enough for a small table and two chairs. The small size keeps building costs low and takes up minimal space in your yard.
We designed this project so it can be built from 1x4 boards, which keeps cutting to a minimum and simplifies the building of the project. The strips for the cross pieces are 1 inch wide. You would use a table saw to rip these pieces.
The base of this intimate structure measures 10x10ft. The raised centre section is 6 x 6ft, just large enough for a small table and two chairs. The small size keeps building costs low and takes up minimal space in your yard.
Take a walk under the sun and moon at the same time! The distinctive sun and moon are cut from plywood. Easy to build using a standard 4 x 8 ft sheet of pre-made lattice and standard lumber sizes.
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