Plate Shelf

To build the plate shelf on page 32, the only "hardware" you'll need are some spindles for the rail on top. (Our spindles were l^'-tall, plus tenons.) These or similar spindles are readily available, see sources at right.


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A Plate Shelf. This easy-to-build shelf is supported by a hidden two-piece mounting system. For more on how to build this project,see page 32.

I Bird Feeder. It's the details that make this project unique: cedar shingles, a copper roof, and a quick-release pin that allows the feeder to drop down for easy filling. Step-by-step plans begin on page 24-

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