Most Popular Plans
Browse though some of our most popular woodworking plans.
Combination Router Table
A flip-up top adds a new angle to table routing. The result is a unique, two-in-one workstation for the ultimate in shaping and joinery.
Whether you build one or all three, these simple projects are a great way to keep your shop more organized.
Sliding, “barn-door” style hardware is all the rage in interior design. Here, we shrink the concept for use in this rustic-looking cabinet.
Sliding Bevel Gauge
Brass blades paired with wood bodies make these bevel gauges as attractive as they are useful.
Shop-Built Edge Sander
This shop-built edge sander makes quick work of tough sanding jobs. Plus, it can be built at a fraction of the cost of a commercial unit.
Made with common materials and hardware, this shop-built panel saw allows one person to easily crosscut or rip a full sheet of plywood.
This project gives you the chance to try your hand at installing cedar shingles and copper roofing without having to remodel your house.
Palm Router Fluting Jig
Adding flutes is a great way to dress up a project. This shop-made jig makes it easy to rout consistent flutes quickly.
Miter Saw Station
Fold-out tables, a stop block, and a mobile base extend the usefulness of your miter saw. There’s also a convenient storage space for cutoffs.
Table Saw Workstation
A mobile base, fold-up wings, plus infeed and outfeed support — this project gives a small saw big-time features.