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5 Quick And Easy Free Woodworking Plans

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Free Woodworking Plans Could help you to design a unique woodworking item. They even offer details about the materials that should be used to make this certain item. A lot of free woodworking plans can be found online. In fact you'll get useful and valuable information from free woodworking plans that could be used for home remodeling purposes. On some websites amateur and beginner wood workers talk about their practical experience, ideas and tips that can result in wonderful free woodworking plans. Some free woodworking plans that are popular are bed plans, bookcase plans, workbench plans and etc.

Cherry Bookshelf plans: It is made up of thirteen pieces that are screwed and attached together. The framing and joinery are performed using a drill press and a table saw. The bookshelf includes slats and pyramid top posts. Cherry wood can be used as it's lighter. You could use other kinds of wood such as quatersawn white oak. For creating this bookcase you will need screws, screw hole plugs, shelves and slates. The length and size of these materials will vary depending on your preferences.

Break Down Chair Plans: This is a high-backed chair and it has no pegs or wedges. It is very simple to make two chairs from 4’x8’ sheet of high quality plywood.

Antique Table plan: Clear pine is needed to make this antique piece.  Tools that are necessary to make this table are handsaw or trim saw, drill and bits, wet rag and belt or orbital sander and spray bottles. Materials that are needed to put this table together include legs, fastening strips, apron and table top. Also you will need screw and washer, carpenter’s glue, shellac and eight hook screws. According to the size of table you choose, you should decide on the dimensions.

Circular Kitchen Table Plan: Solid black maple wood can be used to create this kitchen table. The tabletop that has a radius of two feet is an ideal circle. The circular top is placed on a stand base that is built using laminated bridle joints. The modern design of this antique table is far more appealing than formal dining style. Jointer, hand router, jigsaw and a few other tools are needed to make this piece.

Jewelry Box plans: This beautiful case will have a plain design. If you have several beautiful small wooden panels within your home then you could make this box by yourself. It will not take a long time to be built. This could really be an ideal last-minute gift idea for a friend.


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