Sketch of the Day: Chest #woodworking


A storage chest concept with a slight “pirate” look to it.

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Hey Chief! Episode 9 #woodworking


Hey Chief! Episode 9: Beginner basic tools, settings for Kreg Jr./R3 jig

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Sketch of the Day: Hall Shelves #woodworking


I took the concept of a demilune and turned it into a stack of shelves.

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Sketch of the Day: Playroom Chair #woodworking


This playroom chair concept would make a good companion to the stackable storage bins concept from yesterday. It’s sized for kids, features a storage shelf, and could be carried by a handle created in the back.

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Plan of the Week: Bath Shelves #woodworking


The Chief’s Shop Bath Shelves add some storage to small and large bathrooms alike. Of course, it can also work in any room as additional storage, such as a kitchen or home office. The ends of the top and shelves are slightly rounded, and the bottom of the legs feature a 45-degree miter. Overall dimensions: 25 inches wide x 13 inches deep x 45 3/4 inches high.

You’ll need a table saw, miter saw, jigsaw, drill driver, and Kreg Jig to build it.

Click the image below to access the plan page and a pdf download.

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Sketch of the Day: Stacking Storage Center #woodworking


This concept includes four stackable storage bins that fit inside a stand. Good for a kid’s play room or a craft room.

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Sketch of the Day: Potting Bench #woodworking


I’ve done a little fall gardening the past week, putting in some ornamentals and a bit of lettuce. This potting bench concept would have come in handy with those chores. This one features two shelves up top, and one shelf down below. The one unconventional detail is the front top slat, which is set at a 45-degree angle.

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Sketch of the Day: Outdoor Serving Table #woodworking


I’m back on an outdoor project kick, so here’s an outdoor serving table concept. It would be good for cookouts/parties for placing food and beverages ready for starving guests.

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Sketch of the Day: Outdoor Set #woodworking


This concept, which is comprised of three projects, is for an outdoor setting. It includes a footrest, chair, and side table. I kept them very simple, as I’m working to develop more beginner-friendly concepts and plans for future use. These three also are a bit modular, in that the same techniques/construction are used for each.

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Sketch of the Day: Computer Desk #woodworking


This computer desk concept (really just a small desk) uses a similar leg design from yesterday’s display table.

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