This is the Misc Woodworking Projects starting with L category of information.
Free woodworking plans and projects that start with the letter L. Ladders, Lamps, Lathe accessories, Lemonade Stand, Letter Trays, Lighthouse, Log Camps and Looms. Many of the more commmon woodworking plans have branched out into their own categories. Look for the tree icon below to navigate to the free woodworking plans.
Leaves Make your own wooden leaves on the bandsaw. Here are the step-by-step instructions.... Instructables (free plans)
Lazy Susan Build a lazy susan to keep your desktop organized. Also great for a number of uses.... BuildBasic (free plans)
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How to build log furniture The reason I was attracted to this project was a lifelong appreciation for wood and the simpler times when craftsmen hewed logs into log cabins and also to log cabin furniture. With a few simple tools, they made what they needed with what they had.
How to install a laundry chute If you live in a house without a clothes chute, you are probably sick and tired of running up and down the stairs from your bedrooms and bathrooms to your laundry room, toting baskets of dirty clothes and towels. If you can find a suitable location, consider a laundry chute!
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Family Handyman | Fix Link?
Industrial Letters Make your own industrial initials using pallet wood and these free step-by-step instructions.
Ladder Rack This truck ladder rack can be adjusted to fit any truck bed. It had to be easily removable, installed so that no holes would be drilled in the bed of the truck, and be able to carry the weight of my canoe.
Laundry Box Our laundry was kept in a collection of plastic bins and cloth bags in a cabinet in the laundry room. As I heard that the cloth bags were on their way out and were most likely being replaced by more plastic bins, I diplomatically cut in and ask for a few weeks so that I could design and build some laundry boxes from wood.
Lazy Susan Learn how to build a lazy Susan; includes details for a circle-cutting jig for a saber saw and working with edge banding.
Link Type: information | Wood Source: Ron Hazelton | Fix Link?
Lazy Susan This Lazy Susan not only serves as an attractive center piece for your dining table, it also makes food and condiment items more accessible. It has few parts and is relatively easy to make. All that is needed is a few basic tools to attach the bearing mechanism. Even the novice woodworker can make and enjoy the utility of this project in less than a week.