The duck pattern by itself is suitable as an intarsia project. Or add a box to the back as a catch-all on your desk, or trinket box on your bedroom dresser. Be sure to check out all the options on the other Primitive Patterns pages. Beginner skill level.
Waste not want not is the theme for this project. The pallets I used to build my other projects yielded unused 4 inch x 4 inch boards. I also had a fair amount of warped boards that were not usable. This table is my way of addressing those issues. I managed to use up four of the 4 inch x 4 inch boards on the legs and the top is made up of warped boards doubled up on each other.
Keep all of the necessities for your baby in one tidy place with this dual-function design. As your child grows, remove the changing pad and let the youngster choose drawer pulls that match his or her developing sense of style.
Need a great way to dress up your front entry or an underutilized area of your home? If so, we think you are going to like this hall table and the complementary mirror project. Purchased laser-cut fil...
Sure to become a family heirloom, this six-drawer cherry dresser combines classic Shaker style and practicality. Even the drawers are made with only simply tablesaw cuts. In addition to the woodworking...
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 #1881.
This small coffee table is ideal for a side table or end table. The table is designed with the home handyman in mind. It is both easy to build and is very sturdy. The minimum tools required to construct this coffee table are... Pencil; square; measuring tape; handsaw; hammer; chisel; a couple of clamps and lots of sandpaper. Most handymen are likely to have those tools in their arsenal. Of course... it would make life easier if you also happened to have a drop-saw and a belt sander. The wood used for this coffee table was 90mm x 45mm (1 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches) dressed/surfaced cedar. Cedar is reddish in color, light and easy to work with. Other wood can be used. Virtually any wood can be used for this project, just allow for different widths and thicknesses, and also take into account, the finish. Is the table to be painted, stained and/or coated with polyurethane? Obviously, if the table is to be painted, then an inferior and less expensive wood can be used, as imperfections (within reason) can be filled and painted over.
This enchanting tabletop lamp not only looks great sitting on a childs dresser, it also features unique lighting options. A special lamp socket operates the main and nightlight bulbs separately or together. Included with the plan are four different storybook characters to scroll saw on back-lit panels. For those of you who want to build this project but do not wish to scroll saw the back-lit panels, we provide a source for precut panels. It does not get any easier than that! The square base of the lamp measures 7 inches wide x 7 inches deep x 7 inches high.
While building a dresser, we had to do a lot of flush trimming on the solid-wood edging that dresses up the plywood panels. We needed a foolproof way to get the job done. A handheld router with a flush-trim bit works, but it is easy to accidentally tip the router and gouge the edging and plywood. We solved the problem with the router-table-mounted fence.
Keep all of babys necessities in one tidy place with this dual function design. As your child grows, remove the changing pad and let the youngster choose drawer pulls that match his or her developing ...
This plan includes three bedroom pieces for your home: the dresser, chest of drawers and night stand. The dresser is 32 inches tall by 60 inches long and 16 inches deep. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
What makes this BarbieÂ House unique with its almost entirely made form wood, compact and full of many fun features. Hinges are about the only non-wood item needed to build the Close and Carry Barbie house. Project Features: The built in handle makes it easy to move around. It can be stored in a closet or on a dresser. When closed it measures 24 inches long, 16 inches deep and 18 inches high. It opens into a spacious home then opens further with yard extensions to the left and right. View the Image Slideshow for detailed pictures of the completed project. Full sized drawings printed on 11x17 inch paper. In the left half of the house is an ornamental fold-down bed with pillows. Then a mirrored dresser and stool next to an armoire that opens for Barbies clothes. An ironing board folds down from the inside and a wood iron stores nearby. The right side of Barbies home has a stylish fireplace with double columns and routed wood appointments. A mantle clock and framed photo are over the mantle. A table, two lamps and a Vienna regulator clock accompany a pillow covered sofa. Stylish windows are boarded with shutters and a planter. The fold-out extension on the left features an apple tree, an arbor and gates and garden implements. The extension to the right has a fence, garden bench, potted plants, and a yard light. Barbies pets are nearby. Vine and floral works cover exterior walls with hummingbirds and butterflies. Easy to make. Shingles top both roofs. The open house spans 6 feet. Photographs help visualize various steps, included in the printer plan. This heirloom project will be a major presentation at Christmas or for a birthday for Barbie fanciers. See also our Victorian Barbie Dollhouse 04-FS-152.
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