I created this site to share my collection of free woodworking plans and links to free plans around the web. My collection of wood plans is growing and should last for years to come.

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If you are looking for a particular plan, let me know and I will post it as the next days free woodworking plan.

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  • Trudy Nordheim

    January 6, 2012 #1 Author

    I looked up for free cat tree/condo plans because I would like to build one for my two babies. but I can seem to find any on your site. Yet on searches it clearly states that you have them and one paticular on that interested me, but I can’t find it on here.

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  • Mary

    October 13, 2011 #3 Author

    Hello,
    I would love to purchase a giant adirondack chair (10 or 12′), or at least find building plans, but I came up with nothing on my search. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks.
    Mary

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    • admin

      October 13, 2011 #4 Author

      Mary,

      I wish that we could tell you where to get plans for the giant Adirondack Chair. The 12′ chair has generated a lot of interest. I think the best thing to do might be to hire a skilled framer/carpenter, provide him or her with detailed pictures and see what they can do. It won’t be cheap, but the end result should be something that can be achieved.

      Where are you located? Perhaps you could line someone up through your reply.

      http://www.woodworkcity.com

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  • Roberta Holloway

    July 28, 2011 #5 Author

    Good morning, Have you ever come across plans for bunk beds which can be easily assembled and disassembled and stored when they were not needed? Thanks, Roberta

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    • admin

      July 28, 2011 #6 Author

      Roberta,

      As a matter of fact, my wife is downstairs painting a set that bread down right this minute. No kidding.

      Here is a link to the plan.
      http://www.wnyhandyman.com/lakefront-cottage-projects/
      The link to the plan is in the 3rd paragraph. The link is titled ana-white.com.

      This bunk bed plan is very simple and cool. When you break it down for storage, you end up with 4 flat sides that can lean against a wall and only take up a few inches of floor space.

      Please be sure to read the notes at the bottom of the plan since the material list is not accurate. The number of 1×4’s is very short.

      Good luck and please bookmark / revisit http://www.woodworkcity.com. We are always happy to locate plans when requested. We can usually find what someone is after within 24 hours.

      WoodworkCity.com

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  • Matt

    March 1, 2011 #7 Author

    I am looking at building a patio table with a tile top (approx 4’x6′) for my deck. I am in Minnesota so it needs to be capable of handling the weather all season long.

    Do you have any plans for such a thing? I have read online that it is best to build more of a frame for the tiles and not to grout them in since the weather will make the tiles and the wood expand and contract.

    Any help is appreciated, and I love this site!

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    • admin

      March 1, 2011 #8 Author

      Matt,

      Thanks for the comment and kind words.

      If you are looking to build a tile table for outdoor use, you shouldn’t have any problem if you use the right material. It is good that you plan on keeping it outdoors all season long, since it will weigh a TON when build correctly.

      There will probably be issues down the road with a table like this (due to the harsh Minnesota weather) but your table should last years.

      If I was to build this, my main concern would be transitions or edges. These are the areas that will be most impacted by the extreme swings in temperature that you guys see in MN. I would build my table base as if I was going to skin the top. I would make it sturdy and be very considerate ot the top heavy nature of my table. For the tile base, I would probably use a cement backer board as if was tiling a shower or a kitchen countertop. In addition to that, I would be very careful to purchase the correct material for the extreme weather. A few extra bucks for the higher end mortar mix and grout will probably add some years of use. Once you project is complete, you will probably want to seal the grout at least 1x per year. More than that would probably be beneficial. Consider an epoxy grout since this will be in extreme conditions.

      Here are a few references for you to view:
      http://oldvictorianhouse.blogspot.com/2010/05/patio-table.html
      http://www.do-it-yourself-better.com/patio-table.html
      http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/video/0,,20200387,00.html

      Good luck! Please bookmark Woodwork City and tell your friends!

      http://www.woodworkcity.com

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  • Matt

    February 15, 2011 #9 Author

    Do you have any plans for an outdoor bench with planters attached on each side?

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  • Dave Palmer

    November 29, 2010 #11 Author

    Looks like a great site cant wait to try it

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  • alan

    September 4, 2010 #12 Author

    where can I actually find the Redwood fence plans link/

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  • Willaim Novota

    March 22, 2010 #14 Author

    sending new E-mail address thank-you for all the great plans

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  • Willaim Novota

    March 2, 2010 #15 Author

    I’ve changes my e-mail address to USMCRE5@HOTMAIL.COM thank-you for all the great plans and have a great day B.N.

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  • Todd Collins

    February 20, 2010 #16 Author

    Can you tell me do you sell the half pipe ramp and how much are they?

    Thanks Todd Collins aged 10

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  • Janet

    June 24, 2009 #17 Author

    Thanks and thanks again. I liked the one with the cabinet.

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  • Janet

    June 23, 2009 #18 Author

    I’m looking for an easy cat tree so that mine little girl can jump to a higher place when she stays on the porch. I’m a beginning woodworker, so something easy please. Thank you.

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    • boblaw

      June 23, 2009 #19 Author

      Janet,

      I compiled 5 free plans. There are probably 2 that are right up your alley since they are for beginning woodworkers and would suit your needs. I think they are plans 3 and 4 in the list. Good luck!

      Thanks for the free woodworking plan request.

      Woodworkcity.com

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