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.
The Editors of Woodcraft Magazine teamed up with The American Woodshops Scott Phillips to create a pleasing table and bench ensemble in an updated Colonial style.
With the popularity of kitchen islands, peninsulas, and breakfast tables in mind, we designed this multipurpose project. You can use it for morning coffee, meals, or anything you like. At 36 inches ta...
The simple, clean lines of this table allow it to blend with country and contemporary settings. Wooden pins securely join the stretcher to the uprights for lasting durability and classic looks.
In Trestle Table, Tommy provides detailed project instructions for a table perfect in any kitchen, highlighting the mortise and tenon joinery technique.
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Trestle tables originated in Europe during the Middle Ages. Prior to dining, the massive dining surfaces (sometimes 12 feet long) were placed on T-shaped trestles secured by a beam wedged between them. This is a vintage project plan.
Putting baby to bed can be a true test of patience. But with any job, the going is always easier with the right tool. For speeding baby off to dreamland, this cradle is the right tool. This is a vintage project plan.
After a visit to the Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts, Norm comes back with a plan to build a colonial style table with x-braced legs. Whatever the decor in your home, this table is sure to fit...