This Do-it-yourself projects list features a collection of DIY free woodworking plans to build various gardening structures and furniture from woodworker related web sites. 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.
This umbrella stand side table might be the perfect build for your backyard patio. It serves as a stand for your umbrella and has a hinged top which will allow you to keep drinks cool this summer. Click on the link and follow the free plans available there.
Oh boy a new project! We got a weather vane for Christmas and have been trying to figure out where and how to mount it. We finally decided to mount it on our wheelhouse on top of a cupola. Of course the first thing we need to do is design and build a cupola. After researching many sites on the web we did not find any free plans for one so we had to make our own. We hope you enjoy this project and the free plans that come with it.
Grow lights can be used to help start seeds or to grow plants indoors. The lights are available as kits, with a bulb and fixture sold at local garden supply stores. You can easily build a frame to hold the light bulb kit in place.
It seems like space is always a problem when planting a garden. Well how about going vertical? This nifty strawberry planter does just that. This project requires a compound miter saw because of some of the compound angles you will have to cut.
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