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  1. Tool Testing

    Needed a little project to check the calibration on my tools. Thought this board was pretty and I've never built any of these quick little projects (hooks, cutting boards, etc.) so I figured what the heck! Had the iron hooks in inventory.
  2. Office Cubicle Wall Coat Hook

    I needed a coat hook at work. I thought about making some sort of bigger standing coat rack that others in the department could also use, but decided to knock this out quickly just so I could have something to use. I work in an open office space, but on one side of me is a cubicle wall and I...
  3. Coat hook

    This coat hook is made from two-by lumber I had in the garage. Its design was taken from similar coat hooks my wife found on Pinterest. The ends are 2×4 pine and the rest is from a 2×6 that I resawed and planed down to 1/2 inch thickness. The hooks are antique schoolhouse hooks purchased from...
  4. Door knobs on oak

    We needed coat hooks for the grandkids. Since very little is traditional with me, I decided to make this simple and quick creations. It really make sense to hang your coat on a door knob, especially for a kid… it's right there at eye level. For years I teased our own kids that I was going to...
  5. Mountain Peak Coat Hook

    For this project I used scrap wood that I had and the wood that I used was 1×6 pine wood. For a how to video and free plans/free SVG file for this project click on Video Link: Thank You For Checking Out This Project! Don't Forget To Click On The YouTube Video Link And Subscribe, Like...
  6. wall coat rack

    Simple.coat.hook, using reclaimed.wood, and shaker pegs I found at a yard sale. Simple box joints, sanded 3 coats of stain, the poly. I.wanted it.to look like an antique
  7. Champagne coat hook

    This is made from an old play structure I tore down awhile ago. I is redwood with mother natures finish.
  8. 1st Picture Frame

    This is my frist try at a picture frame I'm happy with it but could do a better job on the next one thanks for looking
  9. Craftsman Coat Tree in Walnut

    At my work, I had a little plastic hook that hung over the cube wall for hanging up jackets and things. Well unfortunately, it broke. So, rather than going out and spending another $3 on a coat hook, I decided to make this. It is solid walnut, with oak pegs in the base. The base is 2 pieces...
  10. Alder Eiffel Tower Coat tree

    My Mother has a coat tree that won't hold a coat. If you hang a single coat on it it falls over…….every time. I looked around for a better designed coat tree and came across an Eiffel tower coat tree. There are many interpretations of that design and here is mine. It's made of Alder, finished...
  11. Mud room Storage Hutch

    My wife requested this project as a Christmas present. Since we have a door in the middle of the room, I decided to build 2 identical hutches with storage areas for all 4 of us. I used 3/4 plywood that was cut to 2'x4' sheets at the store to make transport and further cutting on my table saw...
  12. Shelf Coat Rack

    Made from Acacia wood to match a acacia bench. Finished with Krylon Acrylic Clear from a rattle can.
  13. Coat Hooks

    This piece of oak is from an old pallet from where I work. The tiger-stripe highlights looked to me to be kind of rare in oak, and it made such a deep look I decided to make it into a coat rack. I chamfered the edges and I didn't stain or dye it. I just applied 10 coats of rattle-can lacquer...
  14. Coathook One

    Three years ago we needed some coat hooks in our apartment. On a trip to see my family in Vermont we bought some handmade hooks as something more interesting than a commercially made product. We wanted a shape that was both curvy and angular to match the aspects of the three hooks. We didn't...
  15. Parasite Gift Coat Hook

    When my girlfriend asked that I made her a coat hook rack, I figured I'd respond by providing a traditional option, as well as something a little more creative. The first image is the more interesting option. The branch used for the "hooks" fell naturally after being quite well eaten by some...
  16. Coat Hook with moulding and a small shelf

    I am about to finish my very first big project, a dovetail chest for my son, and I needed to train on three specific things. I wanted to train on the mitter cuts with my table saw jig, train on the moulding making, and train on the stain and varnish finish. As I have leftover poplar from the...
  17. Wall hung coat hooks

    I've applied to a juried art fair this summer and wanted to make something that could be sold at a more affordable price than furniture. This is what I came up with. These coat hooks are designed to be hung either individually, as a grouping or together on a wavy board. They are made of a...
  18. Coat Rack

    This plan features a Swans and roses coat rack or a Sunset coat rack. These coat racks are carved with a hand held rotary tool and a 5/16" carving bit. This fun and simple method of carving will enable even a novice to build something to be proud of. This can be built in an afternoon. Beautiful...
  19. Entryway Mail Organizer with coat rack

    Little valentines day project for my little lady. She spotted a mail holder at Tuesday Morning so I snapped a picture of it, and made one quite a bit different. She was always putting her keys on her dining room table, and often times her coat and purse on the dining room chairs at her place...
  20. Woodworking Skill Share
    when doing false fronts for drawers using frame and panel construction which member do you exend the full length? do you extend the top and bottom full length or the sides? basically this would be a frame and panel door rotated 90 degrees… is this correct? or is it simple aesthetics and it...
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