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If you have a passion for woodworking, you would have spent hundreds of dollars or more on woodworking projects. It will take you a lot longer than you thought or you might have quit because you got your measurements all wrong! I understand your...
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Country Flag Tray
This handsome tray is an excellent choice for a first project for beginning woodworkers. It can be used as a serving tray or as a creative wall hanging.
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Crumb Tray
A simple yet useful tray can be made in a short time. Select a hard wood like maple or walnut and it will give you many years of service. Stain and seal with two coats of white shellac. Spar varnish will preserve the finish.
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Crumb Tray
The Crumb Tray is a simple turning. The front edge should be sanded to a thin edge. The comb is cut from 1/8-inch stock.
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Dining Room Tray
This Shaker dining room tray is adapted from Ejner Handberg\'s book Shop Drawings for Shaker Furniture and Woodenware, vol. 1 (Berkshire House). It was a feature article in issue 5 of Woodworking Magazine and constructed by editor Christopher...
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Elegant Nesting Trays
Great for getting organized or serving snacks, these sturdy trays are easy to build, thanks to their simple rabbeted corner joints and template-routed handles.
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Folding Party Tray
Plans to build a tray with a handle that can be used for storing/carrying tools, magazines and more. You have planned a cookout and your guests are scheduled to arrive in 15 minutes. You have already dragged that wobbly old card table out just one...
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Nested trays
This is a woodworking model. Each entity is a seperate component so that they can be measured and manipulated individually.
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Old Time Fire Truck
Wooden toy Old Time fire truck plan. Uses 1 3/4 inch wood wheels.
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Serving Tray
Learn to use your table saw safely to make small parts.
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Serving Tray
A while back a friend of mine stopped by the shop with a piece of Padauk that she had been keeping for some time, and which she wanted made into a tray. The piece was a little longer than two feet, and a little less than one, and 3/4 inch thick....
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