Woodworking Plans & Projects

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Variety of woodworking plans are available for free. Beginners should start from the simple furniture plans and projects. This presentation shows the 5 simple woodworking plans.

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Woodworking Plans & Projects:

Woodworking Plans & Projects

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After woodworking training many of us rush for implementing the plans. Most of the people have woodworking as their profession, some are enjoying as hobby. Those are new to woodworking, then prefer to start with smaller projects.

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Many of the woodworking plans and projects are available online. Start from the basic plan and proceed further for more complex plan. Some of the easiest woodworking projects - window box, bird house, dog house, picture frame, storage crates.

Window Box:

Window Box Window box provide a gardening opportunity. It give a pleasant look to the place. Window box is very easy to make. From scrap wood, woodworker beginner can make window box.

Bird House:

Bird House This is a classic project. Many youngsters like this project. It is a quick and inexpensive to build and maintain. Woodworker can build stunning bird house from scrap wood.

Dog House:

Dog House To build a dog house, pre-defined plan is required. Previous woodworking experience is not necessary. Plan of this project is vary depending upon where do you want to keep dog house – indoor or outdoor.

Picture Frame:

Picture Frame This is a most common woodworking project. Very simple and easy to work. No special type of tool required for it. For this project one need ruler, pencil, nail, timber, saw and glue.

Storage Crates:

Storage Crates For this project sufficient carpentry expertise is necessary. First consider where do you want to display it, how much space is available and how to use it. Jot down the plan and think if any changes required and then start woodworking.

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When you're a carpenter making a beautiful chest of drawers, you're not going to use a piece of plywood on the back, even though it faces the wall and nobody will ever see it. You'll know it's there, so you're going to use a beautiful piece of wood on the back. - Steve Jobs

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