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  • Wall Unit Plans

    DIY modular wall units are an ideal way to make the most of valuable wall space. Any number of these two wood projects may be combined to take advantage of any floor plan to increase storage and the beauty of your home. Download this DIY custom storage unit project plan today. Each units measure 78…

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  • Lingerie Chest Plans

    A striking combination of beauty and practicality, this DIY wood lingerie chest displays a timeless elegance that will ensure its place as a family heirloom. Its clean lines, sturdy construction and simplicity of design make it a natural for almost any decor. Use our lingerie chest project plans to make the building process easy. The…

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  • Carry-Along Wooden Camping Chair

    “I’ve been through the gambit of store-bought collapsible chairs to bring along on my canoe trips and none of them have really grabbed me, until I came up with this one. I ran across a photo of a two-piece chair similar to this in a book about ancient Vikings and was inspired to modernize it.…

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  • Armoire plans

    Armoire Plans

    If you’re looking for an easy DIY beginner woodworking project to add some storage or closet space for that winter wardrobe, an armoire is a handsome, easy-to-build solution, especially when you use our armoire plans. This one will stow full-length coats, robes and gowns and has a roomy drawer at the bottom for linens, handbags…

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  • Child’s Armoire Plans

    Just the right size for a child’s room, this handsome woodworking project adds valuable storage space wherever it’s used. Six roomy drawers are complemented by a big storage cabinet that can also be used as a wardrobe for hanging clothes. The child’s armoire measures about 45 inches tall by 38 inches wide by 18 inches…

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  • Build a Tiled Table- Part 2 Frame the Tile

    Build a Tiled Table Part 2: Frame the Tile

    In the second installation of our three-part series on building a tiled sofa table, George Vondriska teaches you how to create a wooden frame for the tile tabletop. He walks you step by step through the building process, demonstrating the proper technique for mitering each component of the frame with a miter saw, cutting a…

  • How to Build a Stylish Stool

    How to Build a Stylish Stool

    George Vondriska teaches you how to build a stool that will look great in either your home or workshop. He walks you step by step through the entire process, showing you how to complete each of the necessary woodworking techniques, including cutting legs at a compound angle, accenting the seat with your bandsaw and piecing together the frame.

  • Impressive Picnic Table

    How to Build a Picnic Table

    Watch as we show you how to build a picnic table that’s beautiful, durable and portable, right before your eyes! Learn about choosing materials, the best tools and hardware to use, clever tips and techniques, PLUS there’s a detailed Cut List you can take along to the lumberyard.

    Impressive Table

    This tabletop is 40 inches x 8 feet–plenty big to seat 10 adults. It’s designed with reinforcement ribs underneath and clever joinery tricks to keep it from cracking during temperature- and humidity-level changes. And we know you want to learn how to build a picnic table, but you’ll need matching benches, too. These bench seats have a nifty curve that makes them extra comfortable. And they’re stackable!

    Choosing Materials

    Woodworking projects always turn out best if you start with the right materials. Find out what wood was used for this picnic table and why it was chosen. Recommendations for adhesives and fasteners (with a source) are also included.

    Valuable How-To

    Watching this video, you won’t simply learn how to build a picnic table–you’ll also learn valuable tips and techniques, for joinery, blade adjustments, marking, drilling, and fastening, that you can use in on other projects. This table and benches was designed to go together like a kit, which makes it perfect for woodworkers of any skill level. Beginners will learn a lot and even seasoned veterans will pick up some new tricks.

    Built to Last

    Many woodworkers learn how to build furniture so they can custom make pieces for their home. But don’t forget your outdoor living space. A picnic table like this will last for years and will be the centerpiece of your outdoor celebrations, family meals and impromptu gatherings.

  • How to Build a Beautiful Occasional Table

    How to Build a Beautiful Occasional Table

    In this woodworking project video, George Vondriska guides you step-by-step on how to make a beautiful occasional table. George teaches some helpful tips and tricks on how to easily cut all the pieces required and how to create tapered legs that connect using biscuit joinery. The top of the table has a ceramic tile in the center and is framed with white oak. As an added finishing tip, George will take time in this video to show you how to ebonize the white oak to give it a dark, rich black color.

  • Build a Side Table

    Build a Side Table

    Spike Carlsen teaches you how to build a side table in your workshop. He walks you through the step-by-step instructions, demonstrating all of the essential woodworking tips and techniques, such as laying out the dimensions and bracing the legs to the top and shelf. This beautiful craftsman side table is a great project for all skill levels of woodworkers.