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May 2008

Issue Number: 183
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Classic Rocking Chair Rocker Woodworking Plan

Talk about comfy! This chair's contoured seat and perfect balance will keep you rockin' for a lifetime. Its straightforward construction requires no tricky or angled joints—just 90-degree joints held together with screws, dowels, and round tenons in drilled mortises.

Overall dimensions are 27" wide x 37" deep x 47" high.

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Shop Organizer with Drawers Woodworking Plan

Keep hardware, supplies, and small hand tools at the ready in this easy-to-build drawer cabinet. We placed ours in the shop, but this handy design works well organizing craft-project supplies and other items in the house as well. Overall dimensions are 21" wide x 12" deep x 22" high.

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Knock-down Bed Woodworking Plan

Young adults seem to love the unusual shapes and vivid colors of the mid-20th century modern design. And whether they're in college or starting a career, they tend to move around. They'll flip over the design of this twin bed and see how it knocks down flat to easily fit into the back of a minivan. In addition, we've added detailed instructions on using low-cost paint and thinner to achieve a no-fade color burst. Overall dimensions of assembled bed are 48" wide x 76" deep x 40" high.

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Tablesaw Blade Locker Woodworking Plan

Build this compact storage unit and say good-bye to shuffling through blades stacked on a shelf or in a drawer. The pullout panels keep everything at your fingertips while protecting the carbide teeth. Overall dimensions are 11" wide x 12" deep x 14" high.

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