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Dresser plans free woodworking,cheap wood lathe tools,wooden planter boxes for trees,plans build bench seat - How to DIY
When I first started woodworking, the first two projects I took on were dressers for my kids. Here at Designs by Studio C, I offer DIY projects, how-to information, and furniture plans. Sure to become a family heirloom, this six-drawer cherry dresser combines classic Shaker style and practicality. Learn more about this downloadable woodworking plan which includes step-by-step instructions, a materials list, a cutting diagram, and how-to photography.
This five-drawer dresser stands 52" tall by 38" wide and 22" deep creating lots of room for your youngsters clothing and accessories. Purchase the Kid's Oak Dresser woodworking plan, including step-by-step instructions, detailed illustrations, and a complete materials list. If you like sawdust in your hair and paint under your fingernails, this is the place for you! I’m proud to say that after six years, the dressers still look like I just built them!
Lumber costs vary by area and for this plan, the lumber only would cost me roughly $60 plus the drawer slides (which I do not already have on hand) at $40 (I buy mine from Rockler where they are cheapest!). With the way the dresser is drawn it may be difficult to construct it without a pocket hole jig but it can be done.