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Free Club House Plans
Free Club House Plans Growing up, my counsins and I had a cheap pastel colored plastic monstrosity play house that my parents gladly shoved in the back corner behind some bushes. This Free Club House Plan is not only the perfect play palace, it’s also an attractive addition to... Read more
Free Bunk Bed Plans
Free Desk Top Easel Plans
Free Desk Top Easel Plans This wood work project is a simple way to convert a desk into a drafting table or provide portable drawing space to keep crayon marks off your dining room table.  This Desk Top Easel comes complete with an adjustable top and plenty of compartments... Read more
Free Sports Rack Plans
Free Sports Rack Plans Sports balls, gloves, and helmets, are constantly misplaced in garages and sheds. They don’t fit particularity neatly on typical shelving units. This free Sports Rack how-to is a really simple build and easy way to keep all of that equipment in some kind of order.... Read more
Free Bead Board Chest and Bench Plan
Free Bead Board Chest and Bench Plan The simplest builds often have the greatest impacts on interiors. This bead board chest plan is an easy to understand how-to guide to create a storage unit and extra seating in one project. It is simple to upgrade to a more high... Read more
9 Steps and $20 – A Child’s Adirondack Chair
9 Steps and $20 – A Child’s Adirondack Chair This child’s Adirondack chair is a terrific project. In addition to being beautiful, this kid sized chair is inexpensive and easy to build. If you have your own Adirondack Chairs, and a 3 year old, they will wonder why they... Read more
Free Longboard Skate Board Plans
My son has become an avid skateboarder and he sees the older kids riding by on long boards. Some of you might have already downloaded the free skate ramp plans.  Of course, he would now like a long board.  As a father, and woodworker, I will take it upon... Read more
Free Sandbox Plans with Deck
If you are going to build a sandbox for your kids, why not build something that is comfortable for a parent and has the ability to put the kids tools and toys in a safe spot that is out of sight. This free sandbox plan comes from “southernpine.com”.  ... Read more
Free Toy Box Plans with Chalkboard
The following is a terrific toy box plan that is simple and functional. This free plan comes from Home Depot Canada.  Lucky for the US based woodworkers (me included) the plans are NOT in metric.  They are standard. Since these to box plans come from Home Depot, you will... Read more
Knock Down Picnic Table
A couple of years back, a reader of www.woodworkcity.com asked about a plan for a children’s table that could be assembled and then knocked-down after use (assembled like a puzzle).   We were able to locate a basic knock down table plan, but found a much more detailed one... Read more

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