This is the Misc Woodworking Projects starting with P category of information.
Free woodworking plans and projects that start with the letter P. Platforms, Panel Sleds, Paper Towel Holders, Phone Centers, Push Blocks, Pulpits, Pyrography, Pegboard, Planes, Pool Table, Porches, and many other projects. 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.
Pencil This giant 2 foot long pencil makes a great teachers gift or decor for a classroom. Build it using this free tutorial.... HerToolBelt (free plans)
Phone Speaker Amplifier Follow along at the link to see how to build a phone speaker amplifier.... GoWoodwork (free plans)
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Jigsaw Puzzle Board This puzzle board gives you a permanent place to work on your jigsaw puzzles. It features a raised edge to keep your pieces from falling off and a dust cover with a finger notch. The size can be adjusted to suite your needs.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Shopsmith Hands on | Fix Link?
Panels, Making Wide Often we need to build a project that requires a large solid wood panel, such as a tabletop or cabinet door. As we all know, lumber comes in different widths but, often the required size is not available. This is one reason why we glue together smaller boards to make a large one. This process is referred to as lamination. Of course, you can purchase laminated panels but ...
Pedestal Vase (PDF) In this page I share with you a large collection of free scroll saw fretwork patterns. I have carefully scanned them and transformed them into pdf files. These patterns were published long ago in Hobbies fretwork magazine. They are offered here with permission of the present Copyright holders, Hobbies Limited. Project #1720.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Fine Scrollsaw | Fix Link?
Pedestals Build these decorative wooden pedestals for display of special items or even pillar candles.
Penrose Triangle Brain Teaser Have fun with this modified version of the Penrose Impossible Triangle which is a great example of how the brain can be fooled. At the link there is a short video as well.