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  1. Laundry Caddy for Mom

    My mother asked me to build a laundry basket caddy for her, that would allow her to stack 2 baskets with minimal foot print. It has a cherry frame with wainscoting panels and formica laminated on top. The baskets slide in and out on cleats. I added the drawer for a surprise feature. I had...
  2. Workshop Note Caddy

    How many times when we are in the workshop all of us need to write down a quick note, measurement or a list of things to buy and we have difficulty of finding a piece of paper or a pen/pencil to write with? I know it happened to me quite a few times. So when I saw this caddy in a magazine (I...
  3. Bubinga & Maple Trivet Set

    A bubinga and maple trivet set made as a gift for a social media supporter. The trivets are 6" square in contained in a mitered caddy. My Festool Kapex and 4mm Dominoes made quick work of this project. It was all finished off with a 220 grit sand and some mineral oil...
  4. For the wine fans

    I made some growler totes earlier this year and people asked where the wine caddy's were, so here you go, wine caddy with removable dividers.
  5. Another "Different" kind of Dust Deputy Cart

    Some of you may have seen my previous "different kind of dust deputy cart" from a couple of years ago that I have since passed on to another member here who happened to have the same vacuum. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/149634 This one required me to lift the top section off to empty the...
  6. Beer caddy

    Cheers! I know I could use the one phrase on the commercial, but I probably need permission to do so. Any how, meet the cousin to the wine caddy. This is the beer caddy made from poplar and painted black. This one is already sold for too. I like the stainless steel insert with the black...
  7. Sandpaper caddy - a measure here, a measure there ...

    A few days ago I wrote a little about this project in my blog and was encouraged to post in the projects list about it as well. My first attempt was , in a word, weak. After looking at it for just a little bit, I destroyed it and determined that I would do better. My first thought - don't try...
  8. Remote Control Caddy

    This remote control caddy is made from Mahogany and is approximately 8-1/2×7-1/2×6-1/2 (the highest point of the arch). The larger opening (3-1/2×6-1/2) can be used for a large remote control or an eBook reader such as a Kindle or Nook like the two shown in the last picture. The three smaller...
  9. Glue caddy

    While working on my box for the box swap I kept having bottles of glue in the way. Once I shipped off the box, I started to clean up my workbench, and discovered over ten bottles of glue, plus a couple bottles of dye and other liquids that really need to be corralled into a single place. So I...
  10. Chair Caddy

    Made this chair caddy out of cherry…. spray shellac finish. The only really tough part was deciding on the thickness… it turned out to be about 7/16. That seemed to be the best balance between rigidity and weight. The outside edges are curved in order to minimize someone hitting it as they...
  11. Kitchen Caddy

    We moved a while back and the new kitchen doesn't have much counter space (until we remodel it that is). We had always kept a little caddy on the counter-top to store pens, checkbooks, and bills, but with the reduced space it started getting cramped. So, to alleviate the problem I slapped...
  12. Eye Dropper Bottle Caddy

    This is a quick project (3 days-that's quick for me). Hubby recently started getting his eye meds from the VA. Well they didn't have the combination form so that meant two bottles instead of one. I tend to be easily distract…SQUIRREL! . . . Where was I? Oh yes! Two bottles instead of one. You...
  13. Stationary Organizer

    I am posting this to show what can be made with minimal tools. I made this Stationary organizer about 20 years ago. The tools used would be limited to a drill, jigsaw and hand saw plus a hand sander. Nothing flash but it serves a purpose. .
  14. Clamp Caddy

    I seem to spend lots of time building drawers or other boxes. I usually find myself using numbers of small clamps. I hate clutter and I found myself always one clamp short. I built this small caddy which holds 10 small clamps. I can pick it up from my clamp storage and move it to the project...
  15. Shop vacuum caddy

    I got the Dusty Deputy from Oneida a while back, and while it works great for separating dust and saving the filter, it's pretty awkward to move around the shop. It comes with wheels you can attach to the bottom of the bucket, but it was still pretty unstable. So I made a cart or caddy to keep...
  16. Allen Wrench Caddy

    Small project? Yes, but great perspectives! To end searching for particular sizes of Allen key, which were stored free in a small plastic drawer, I made this caddy by drilling a freshly square-jointed 8"-long 2 X 6 block of wood. I drilled 5/32'', 3/16'', 1/4'', 5/16'', 3/8'', and 7/16''...
  17. Tote / caddy - for the allotment kitchen. (post)

    Tote / caddy for the allotment kitchen. This is a tote, were made out of need in the beginning of the summer, as I were tired of bringing food from my gas fridge, into the kitchen in my wee allotment house, because I found my self running forward and backward several times. You can read more...
  18. WINE BOTTLE CADDY

    Wine bottle caddy was made of oak, inner diameter 85mm, outer diameter 115mm. Two pieces joined together with 3mm beech plywood and screws. All was made of three pieces 120×120x20mm cross glued on top of each other, turned on lathe than cut into two pieces, rounded edges on router table. 10mm...
  19. Yet Another Mobile Clamp Rack = Yet More New Hanging ideas

    Here is my version of The New Yankee Workshop Norm's mobile clamp rack. I built mine after his basic design but I used my own hanging ideas to optimize the interior space according to my clamp collection. I still have to come up with more ideas to utilize all small free remaining areas. I hope...
  20. Systainer tote and MFT worktable (post)

    Systainer tote and MFT worktable SYS-MaFe. Time for another project that was made out of joy, not need, but with a specific purpose in mind and the create as you go approach to the project, no drawings, no final idea, just loose thoughts. The criteria was, that it could function as: A tool...
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