Free woodworking plans and projects that start with the letter B. Here you find an assortment of miscellaneous free woodworking plans. Many of the more commmon woodworking plans have branched out into their own categories, like childrens backyard play gyms, bandsaw accessories, bars, barbeque BBQ equipment, barns, bird patterns, bookends, bowls, breakfast bars and much more. Look for the tree icon below to navigate to the free woodworking plans.
If you are a Diy'er who would rather build than spend money, this could be the project for you. You can build your own curtain rod brackets and paint or stain them to either disappear or stand out. You only need scrap wood for this project. Follow along at the link.
The Wooden Bike Plans include patterns and simple instructions for making your own wooden bike.
In this page I share with you a large collection of free scroll saw fretwork patterns. I have carefully scanned them and transformed them into pdf files. These patterns were published long ago in Hobbies fretwork magazine. They are offered here with permission of the present Copyright holders, Hobbies Limited. Project #1959.
This is a very simple project. Only adult woodcrafters should use a drill or drill press to make the holes in this item. The entire project is constructed from 3/4 inches pine planking boards and an old coat hanger.
In this page I share with you a large collection of free scroll saw fretwork patterns. I have carefully scanned them and transformed them into pdf files. These patterns were published long ago in Hobbies fretwork magazine. They are offered here with permission of the present Copyright holders, Hobbies Limited. Project #1296.
From a piece of scrap wood, make a set up block to set the fence for all of the cuts necessary to make the beads. Lay out the first line 1/4 inches from the end of the set up board. This end will be the edge...
This cute hippo baby rattle is quite easy to make and would make a great gift for a baby. While this one is hippo shape, you could do literally make any animal shape using the same method. Click on the link and follow along with the free instructions.
Tricks for making perfect classical bracket feet. By Jack Hutchison - Woodworkers Club of Houston
Here is a cool little bug house project. I suggest you cut out, shape, and drill the pieces to this project then let your Junior Woodcrafter assemble it for another fun project.
You do not have to mess with a photocopier to enlarge the patterns for the bracket feet for the bedside chest in this issue. The patterns are available to download in this Online Extra.
This is a very simple project but only the assembly is for the young woodcrafter. Cutting and shaping the parts is strictly an adult project.
An image only, giving dimensions and diagram on how to build this wooden beer case.
Diagram only for this business card holder.
Building this simple device makes history of tussling with tight-fitting footwear.
Ears wiggle, eyes pop and tongues stick out. Here are the tricks for building wooden versions of the old-time mechanical banks.
This magic coin bank has a drawer where you drop in your coin. When you close the drawer and open it again the coin is gone!
This project is quick and easy and would make a perfect gift. Here is how to make it.
A wooden door mat. This one comes in sooooo handy for those grubby shoes and mess! Why not make 2, one for each door!
Courtesy of Diana Thompsons web site, ScrollsawInspirations.
These geometric coin banks make great gifts and are easy to build using these free instructions.
Making bows can always be a challenge especially keeping them centered and together until you get them tied. We think that this little device will make that task a little easier.
Follow this step-by-step tutorial to build a better bottle opener!!
Build this handy boot scraper yourself in less than two hours. A great scrap wood project.
This magnetic bottle opener is a quick and easy project that is pretty cool. Hidden magnets attach the bottle caps to the wood. Here is how to make it.
Bracket feet have just the right combination of strength and elegance. The thick blocks provide plenty of support for a project like the blanket chest in Woodsmith No. 145. But the graceful contours of the faces and the curves of the scalloped profiles keep the feet from looking too heavy. All in all, they are pretty impressive. This supplementary article is available to download in this Online Extra.
Benders have been a traditional form of woodland workers dwelling for many centuries because they are low impact, quick and easy to build and are efficient in heating and materials.
Get your scroll saw out and make your own butterfly wall art. Perfect for a childs room or playroom. If you follow along at the link you will see just how easy it is to create. It has layers for dimension.
Here is an inexpensive project which can be made from your scrap wood pile. Step-by-step instructions at the link.
With just a little pine and a few tools you can build a butterfly house for your backyard in just a weekend.
You can build unusual and useful wood bikes without welding. This is a simple one speed wooden bike with coaster brake, fits everyone from little kids to TALL adults. There are no metal tubes in the frame.
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