Sources

Is currently offering a hardware kit for one of the projects in this issue. Similar supplies, as well as supplies for the other projects featured, are also available at local woodworking stores or the mail order sources at right Here's some information you'll need to know. To build the harvest table on page 6, you'll need some hardware for attaching the legs as well as some for securing the breadboard ends. Currently, Woodsmith Projects Supplies has put together a hardware kit that includes...

Side Bins

The last things I built for the tool tote were removable side bins, see Bin Exploded View. These allow you to expand the tote when you have ajob that requires a few more tools. And when they're not attached to the ends, they can sit on your bench top to keep small tools in reach. BIN SIDES. To begin, I cut four V& -thick bin sides (J). These pieces start out 4V4m wide and are cut to length to match the height of the tote, see Bin Exploded View. With the sides cut to size, I routed three...

Breadboard

Instead of loafing around this weekend, how about building this breadboard It doesn't require much in the way of time or materials. And maybe you'll even get a warm loaf of fresh-baked brea. out of the deal. Breadboard Ends 20 Here's a closer look at a traditional woodworking technique. Although they've been used for generations, breadboard ends are still one of the best ways to keep a wide panel flat. Tool A removable bin on each end makes this tool tote expandable so you'll have plenty of...

Mail Bins Drawer Vii EvvODED

Starrett Combination Square Parts

Now that the case of the organizer is assembled, the only thing left is to add the mail bins that fit between the sides and build the drawer. If you've ever had to dig through a stack of papers looking for a bill, then you'll appreciate the two mail bins, see Bin Exploded View. They're sized to hold both letters and magazines, see photo on page 31. Plus, they angle forward for easy access. BIN FRONTS. To build the mail bins, I started by making a couple VA'-thick bin fronts G , see Bin Exploded...

Aprons Divider

The legs of the table are connected by a framework consisting of four aprons and a center divider, see drawing above. This creates a stable foundation for the top. Later, drawer supports will be added between the aprons and the center divider. To make the aprons, I started by cutting the apron blanks to size. For the two, long side aprons B , this is simply a matter of cutting a couple pieces of3 4n-thick stock to size, see drawing above. But the end aprons C are a little different. They have a...

Country Harvest Table

The design of this table is pretty simple. But from the tapered legs to the breadboard ends, there s more woodworking here than meets the eye. A A shallow drawer on each end of the table provides a convenient place for storing silverware, napkins or placemats. The legs on this table are removable. To align and position them, stub tenons on the ends of the aprons fit into shallow mortises. A A shallow drawer on each end of the table provides a convenient place for storing silverware, napkins or...