This woodworkers list of free woodworking plans and projects features a collection of building projects that a woodworker with common (and/or advanced) construction knowledge can build. The woodworking information found on these sites range in quantity and quality. Please contact individual web sites if you have questions about those woodworking projects.
Design for an approximately 20 x 42 ft wood frame structure with a large community room, office, storage room, kitchen and fireplace.
Slaughterhouse/Sales Plant Building 36 x 64 ft, with Hold Pen. Truss Rafter and concrete block construction. PDF number 6270.
Community Log House 42 ft x 62 ft with kitchen, gable roof, fireplace and raised wooden floor.
Picnic Shelter, 13 ft x 15 ft with Overhang, Post Frame, Gable Combination Roof, Concrete Floor. PDF Number 5998.
Triangular roof, 40 ft per side. PDF Number 5995.
Building plans for a 6 x 8 ft smokehouse with either wood frame or concrete masonry construction.
Picnic Shelter Building, 12 ft x 20 ft x 8 ft with gable roof, post and frame contruction, fireplace and bill of materials. PDF number 6295.
Plans to build a 6 x 8 ft wood frame smokehouse.
Plans for a small smokehouse made from a wooden barrel.
Pesticide Storage Shed Building, 12 x 16 ft with front entrance dock, shed style roof and a raised wooden floor. PDF number 6136.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for hip roof framing. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
At the link are the free woodworking plans to build this simple single carport.
33 ft x 52 ft x 16 ft , combination gable roof, laminated posts, 4 ftoc, one small section of this PDF page does not align properly. PDF number 6382.
Picnic Shelter with Kitchen, 24 ft x 36 ft x 10 ft truss rafter, stud wall, concrete floor. PDF number 6079.
Cattle Shed and Auction Barn, 36 x 100 ft, Post and beam with Gable Roof construction. PDF number 6172.
Design plans for a triangular-roofed picnic shelter.
Machinery Storage, 25ft x 36ft with living quarters, 24ft x 25ft, truss rafter, stud wall and concrete foundation construction. PDF Number 5841.
Design plans for a pavilion with an enclosed kitchen.
Storage Buildings, 12 ft x 16 ft , 10 ft x 12 ft , 8 ft x 10 ft with gable roof and shed roof and concrete floor. PDF number 6086.
A carport, or lean-to shed, attached to an existing building such as a garage, barn, shed or the side of your house can provide economical shelter for vehicles, garden tractors, boats or other equipment. An attached carport is also fairly easy to construct against the side of another building, if you have enough height under the existing building eave.
Perhaps you need a little more space that is partially covered from the elements? If so you may want to build an attached carport, either on your house or garage. The one at the link measures 12 x 24 feet but you could adjust to suit your needs.
This single carport is 6000mm long by 3000mm wide. It is the most basic of carports. Because each site is different, and individual preferences vary, we have given options for both post installation and bracing. Check with your Local Authority to see if any permit or consent is required. A building consent for a carport is required in New Zealand.
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