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October 2002

Issue Number: 144
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Flag Case Woodworking Plan

Designed for a 5x9-1/2' American flag, this case preserves the carefully folded symbol of our nation and honors the memory of a loved one. You can set this case on a tabletop or shelf, or hang it on a wall courtesy of a clever pair of bevel-edge cleats.

Making a flag case usually requires cutting long, narrow 22-1/2° miters where the sides meet the base. By fitting the base between the sides, our design eliminates these difficult cuts, leaving you with easy 45° miters all around.

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Kid's Oak Bunk Beds Woodworking Plan

Part of our children's bedroom ensemble, featuring the same groove-and-panel construction and decorative arch details, it's modest styling makes it a good fit in any setting.

Note: This bed design accommodates a 39x75" twin mattress. You'll need to adjust bed dimensions accordingly for a different size mattress.

A single bed measures 40" tall by 44" wide by 78" long.

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Mobile Storage Woodworking Plan

Just like clamps, you never seem to have enough storage. And this easily built project will service your needs in spades. Use it for lumber storage in the shop or as a catchall in the garage or basement. Plus, using plywood and 2x4s for it construction, you'll find this project very affordable.

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