This woodworkers list of woodworking plans features a collection of construction projects for building various caddys for your home, workshop and garden. Any moderately skilled do-it-yourselfer 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.
This desk caddy would be handy to have for all the little things that accumulate on your desk. It is built using one eight foot 2 x 4 using a bandsaw. Follow along at the link to see how to build it.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a mobile saddle and tack caddy for all the horse stuff you have. 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.
This easy-to-build project will make finding your phone or a handy piece of paper so much easier.
Featuring and East Indian design. 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 #2044.
Make this nice caddy for any occasion. This attractive, yet easy to build, project makes a great Christmas present. Deliver it filled with food, wine, candy or use your imagination.
This is called a garden tote but can be used for any purpose where you are required to carry things. At the link you can download the free plan to build it.
More often than not, the tool you really need in the garden is the one you left back in the shed or house. But if you happen to have a few wood scraps and an old bucket handle lying around, you can whip together this simple carryall that will help eliminate...
Using scrap wood and rope for handles, this rustic storage basket is a breeze to build.
Build this flip handle serving tray using these free woodworking plans.
This is a very simple project when pre-cut pieces are used. The handle is made from a 1/2 inch dowel, the bottom from 1/4 inch masonite board, and the rest from 3/4 inch pine planking scraps.
If you are in school or have a home office, perhaps you need to build a homework station caddy. You could customize it to suit your needs, but either way it will help keep your necessities organized. It even has handles!! Build one with these free instructions.
This garden tool tote is narrow which makes it easy to carry around in the garden. It also features a drop down end for carrying long-handled garden tools. Download the free woodworking plan at the link.
Also known as a trug or a caddy. It seems like there is always something you need to haul with you around the yard when you are doing gardening. Here is a handy little carrier for just that purpose. Ours is a little small but you can make it any size you like using these easy instructions as a basic plan.
Keep the bathroom organized by building this bathroom storage caddy. At the link are complete instructions as well as a video of the build.
This wooden beverage tote will fit glass beverage bottles perfectly. Also works perfectly for a countertop storage solution. At the link you can download the free woodworking plan.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a tool caddy for the workshop which could also carry garden tools. 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.
As you can see, hinges and a side latch mean this tote can be folded and carried around. Perfect. Here is how to build it.
Build the Silverware Caddy shown with just a few tools using scraps laying around your shop!
The handle of this beer tote could be swapped out for a wood dowel or a heavy piece of rope. Build it using these free woodworking plans.
Build this fun portable lego tote using the free plans at the link. Perfect for long car rides.
This beer tote makes a great beginners woodworking project, of course just about anything could be carried in it!
This vegetable tote features a wood frame with a mesh bottom. There is also a free template for the curved handle available at the link.
Bring your tools to the garden in style using this wooden garden tote. It is an easy project to build and very useful for a gardener.
For this project all you need is a little wood and a wall mounted metal bottle opener. Here are the free plans...
Build a simple glue caddy for your workshop or craft room using these free instructions.
This handy stacking tool caddy features three trays that stack and interlock together for carrying. Perfect for tools, it also could be used for fishing gear or as a sewing basket. Follow the free plans at the link to build it.
Don not let your glue bottles get scattered around your shop. Store them in this easy-to-make mobile home for easy transport.
This basket would be ideal for bringing in the vegetables from the garden or even carrying your tools in. Build it using these free plans.
Last week we made the napkin holder for those upcoming outdoor picnics. Continuing on with that theme this week we will make a Picnic Caddy. ItÃÂÂs a handy caddy to carry all your picnic supplies to the table.
This is a neat basket to put your fresh picked veggies in. Once they are in the basket just turn the hose on and rinse them off. All the dirt goes to the ground and you are left with nice clean veggies.
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