The Jefferson chair has been around for more than a century. Its also known as a bachelor’s chair. I call it a 3-in-1 Chair. Its a handy furniture piece, as it can be a step ladder, a seat and an ironing board. The last couple days I’ve been making up my own design of this vintage piece of furniture. Continue reading Jefferson Chair
The simple construction of this Mission style table can be made with as little one one board measuring 1 x 10 x 48 inches long. See our woodworking plan in our online store!
I’ve had this idea for a while now and I’m just getting around to finishing the project in the workshop. Continue reading Lobster Trap Chair
This is an extensive woodworking project to build. Many parts and most with mortise and tenon joints, for a traditional construction method. A well experience woodworker in the intermediate to advanced is recommended.
We are reviving a 100 year old cabinet design, simply because of its wonderful appeal and functionality. There is a lot of cutting for this project but upon completion you will have a beautiful cabinet that will store thousands of items. Full size drawings!
We finished creating this new woodworking plan today, our Childrens Swan Rocker with secret compartment. Children will be able to climb in their own seat and rock away. Add the painted details in layers or simply paint them on the side. There is also a bonus seat in the back for their favourite teddy bear or doll. Or use it to store some toys. Also, a secret space for children to hide away small treasures. Full size drawings!
Added today to our online store. A good size table for seating six adults comfortably. The table legs can fold underneath for easy storage. The chairs have comfortable ease back design, perfect for those evening meals that can go on into the night. Chairs have the option to build on an armrest. No special hardware needed, purchase carriage bolts and wood screws at your local hardware store. Full size drawings. Step-by-step instructions. Measurement on the plan are in inches.
Been thinking about digging up some roots to make a few unique table bases. So time to experiment with a few stumps. Took about 30 mins to dig this small one out and shake out most of the dirt. I made a short 3.5 minute video by compresses the frame rate, so the video is in fast forward.
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Our Maritime Side-by-Each chairs is a fun play on words for the traditional side-by-side Adirondack style chairs that are offered at other places. Our full size drawings and instructions show you how to build the adirondack chair. Then simply build another one for the other side, no difference except for the armrest position. Then join them up at an angle like shown, or have them along side each other in a straight line. We also offer two versions of the chair back in this plan, straight across or an arched design.
Height: 40.9 inches (103.9 cm)
Width: 75.7 inches (192.3 cm)