Free woodworking plans and projects that start with the letter C. Clamps, Cabriole Legs, Bird Cage, Canoes, Carports, Castles, Cat Furniture, Chess Board, Chicken Coop, Christmas Ornaments, Cookbook Holder, Cutting Boards and many more. Many of the more commmon woodworking plans have branched out into their own categories. Look for the tree icon below to navigate to the free woodworking plans.
These resin river coasters are beautiful and now you can make your own, Your welcome. Just follow the step-by-step process with pictures at the link to make some for yourself or for a gift.
Once you start dabbling in cheesemaking you are going to want to try your hand at making hard cheeses; to do this you will need a cheese press. You can spend a lot of money on a pre-made press, or you can save big bucks and make your own. Use quality products to make your press and it will more than pay for itself with years of service. Here is how I made my press.
Ron suggested that they consider selecting a stamped metal ceiling - - an idea they liked very much. They selected and ordered a pattern from a company that has been making these ceilings for over 100 years
In the past, the power cord and dust collection hose going to my workbench trailed across the floor creating an inconvenience and a hazard. So I thought of a simple way to get them off the floor and more easily accessible.
Build this farmhouse style Christmas tree stand using the free woodworking plans and instructions available at the link. The box was built using pine boards and stained but you could also paint it.
You can create simple, beautiful and inexpensive wooden caskets. Caskets do not have to contradict the life of the person whose body they contain. Building a modest casket yourself (or hiring a carpenter) is really very easy.
Here is a free plan for an remarkably simple yet classic date display. It turns out that you can display all of the days of a month (one to thirty-one) with only two blocks even though each of the blocks only has six faces. Read on to see how this works and for additional ideas such as a month display. In this plan, we show you how to carve the numbers into wood, but as described in the design considerations section at the end, you could also paint or apply the numbers onto the blocks.
If you want decorative corbels, make your own. Its easy. They could be used for a kitchen island overhang, a mantle, or just in an archway. Follow along at the link to make your own wooden farmhouse corbels.
The Mealers got their dream porch when local contractor Steve Roth installed PVC Column Wraps from Fypon to surround the wooden posts and added balustrade systems to enclose the entire porch area. Made of synthetic materials, the low-maintenance porch pieces resist warping, all forms of insects, decay and rot.
In the free plan at this link, we illustrate a technique that that shows you how to incorporate a narrow stripe into almost any wood project. You begin with your primary wood, cut a curve, and then glue a thin sliver of a contrasting wood between. The result is a beautiful detail can be used to add sinuous curves to pulls, box tops, drawer fronts, table tops etc.
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