Wine racks woodworking plans and builders blueprints for your wine bottle storage. We have quite a few to choose form in our online store. Cheers!.
These bear cubs are holding and showing off a wine bottle. a simple scroll saw project you can make and distribute. accommodates all typical wine bottles. Each bear is nine inches tall. This woodworking plan includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings to help you build the project.
Giving a bottle of wine for Christmas? Make your gift even more special by making and giving one of these wonderful Santa wine bottle holders. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions to make the projects shown.
This simple to build wine rack holds 24 bottles! Compact design is large enough to stand alone on the floor yet small enough to fit on a countertop. Make it from 1x12 oak or pine boards, no edge gluing required. The beautiful segmented grape vine decorations on each side can be cut from 1/4 x 3 x 12 inch pieces of lumber. Blueprints for the parts of this project are drawn full scale. Measures 27 inches high x 29 inches wide x 11 inches deep.
When you gift a bottle of wine in this lovely sleigh, the delight of giving it is even more wonderful. The interior of the sleigh is 3-1/2 inches wide, so most bottles fit. Oak that is 3/4 inch thick can be used to create the project shown. Wood pieces that are 1/4 inch thick were used to cut the side trim and holly leaves. This woodworking design includes instructions, exploded view diagrams, and full-size drawings for the projects. When finished, this woodworking project will be 12-1/2 inches long.
Bears like wine too! A perfect accent for the cabin and a great gift or for anyone who loves wildlife. Project holds a wine bottle at an angle so the cork stays moist. Easy to cut from 7/16 and 3/4 inch pine. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Bear measures approximately 12 inches long.
This easy-to-build stackable wine rack holds 6 bottles on each layer. The compact design is large enough to stand on the floor, yet small enough to fit on most counter tops. If you have limited space, you can reduce the width in 4-1/2 inch intervals.
Elegant character, a hint of oak and a silky finish makes this bottle storage rack a perfect accompaniment to wine bottles. The Arts and Crafts stylings makes it a handsome display stand too. The simple construction methods, consisting of biscuit and butt joinery, will appeal to many woodworkers. This plan also includes plans and instructions to make and use a quick shelf-pin jig that lets you drill perfectly aligned shelf-pin holes.
This graceful countertop rack keeps your favorite wines at hand for dinner parties or entertaining. With just four parts, and full-size patterns for three of them, you can build the rack almost as quickly as you can say cabernet sauvignon. Want to try your hand at mortise and tenon joinery? Give it a go with this manageable project.
These wine racks are easy to make and customize. Add more levels, make the racks longer, scroll saw the ends for a more ornate rack, then stain or paint as desired. Easily scale the pattern on your printer to make the size you want. A perfect beginner project for scouting, guides and 4H Club woodworking projects.
This piece of furniture is more than just a wine storage cabinet. If you love wine, this is the perfect project to have built. The cabinet can hold 10 cases of wine plus additional storage for oversized bottle, glasses, corkscrews and the like. And on top there is a platform for serving. Display features on all four sides. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
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