Sketch of the Day: Decorative Raised Bed #woodworking #chiefsshop


A decorative raised bed design concept.

 

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Sketch of the Day: Partition Garden Bed #woodworking #chiefsshop


A different take on a garden bed. This one has an adjustable partition.

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Plan of the Week: Simple 2×4 Chair #chiefsshop #woodworking #kregjig #DIY


The Chief’s Shop Simple 2×4 Chair makes a good starter chair project and is companion project to the Chief’s Shop Simple 2×4 Desk. Assembly requires a Kreg Pocket Hole Jig.

Lumber required includes 2x4s, a 2×6 and a 2×8.Overall dimensions: 24-1/2 inches wide x 21-3/4 inches deep x 36 inches high

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

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

Plan of the Week: Simple 2x4 Chair

Plan of the Week: Simple 2×4 Chair

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Chief

Sketch of the Day: Overlook Bench #woodworking #chiefsshop


A bench design concept similar to the overlook chair.

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Sketch of the Day: Simple 2x Bookcase #woodworking #chiefsshop


A small open bookcase design concept to go with the Simple 2x Chair concept.

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Plan of the Week: Miter Saw Stand Part Three: Hood


The Chief’s Shop Miter Saw Stand Base with Hood is Part Three of a three-part project for a miter saw stand. The first installment was the base and the second was extensions. A table saw, miter saw, jigsaw, drill/driver and Kreg Jig® are all you need to build it.

This project, including the other two installments, was a Viewers’ Choice Sketch of the Day from back in December 2012.

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

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Plan of the Week: Florida Chair


The  Chief’s Shop Florida Chair was inspired by a couple of different outdoor chairs I saw while on vacation at the beach last summer. It combines some elements of an Adirondack chair with the two designs that caught my eye.

You’ll need a miter saw, jig saw, and a Kreg Jig to complete this project.

Click the image below to access the plan.

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Plan of the Week: Farmhouse Dining Table


The  Chief’s Shop Farmhouse Dining Table is a companion piece to the Farmhouse Dining Chair and Farmhouse Dining Bench. This is the final project in the Farmhouse Series.

You’ll need a miter saw, jigsaw, and a Kreg Jig to complete this project.

Click the image below to download the plan.

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Plan of the Week: Farmhouse Dining Bench


The  Chief’s Shop Farmhouse Dining Bench is a companion piece to last week’s Farmhouse Dining Chair. I designed only one version of this project, rather than the three different versions I did for the chair. Next week will be the final project in my Farmhouse series – a dining table.

You’ll need a miter saw, jigsaw, and a Kreg Jig to complete this project.

Click the image below to download the plan.

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Plan of the Week: Farmhouse Dining Chair


The  Chief’s Shop Farmhouse Dining Chair was the second most popular Sketch of the Day during Viewers’ Choice week in December, so it’s a project that YOU selected. I decided to go with three versions of the chair to try to make it accessible to the beginner and intermediate skill level.

You’ll need a table saw or circular saw with a guide like the Kreg Rip-Cut, miter saw, jigsaw, (possibly a router) and of course, a Kreg Jig to complete the beginner version. The intermediate version calls for a band saw in addition to the other tools listed.

Click the image below to download the plan.

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