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Think spring with this solid, simple bench made from two 2×10s.

Some woodworkers turn up their noses at 2-by lumber, but it’s a great choice for beginners and for experienced woodworkers who want to enjoy a weekend in the shop. Cypress and cedar are nice, but considering that the pine version can be built for $40, I’m betting that a few woodworkers may reconsider home center stock.
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Votivecandleholders1

Make this matching set of Arts & Crafts home accents.

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Bulldozer1

Build an earth-moving playtime favorite.

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Carousel1

Add a warm glow to the season with this intriguing heat-actuated decoration.

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Calabashbowl1

Master the tricks for working green wood.

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Torsion1

A full-featured cutting station for use in (and out of) the shop.

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Routertable1

Easy to make; accurate to use.

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Trio1

Give your tools a mobile home.

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Asianjewelrybox1

Use contrasting woods to create a distinctive treasure chest.

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Assemblytable1

If your workbench and table saw too often serve as the place you glue up frames, boxes, and other small to medium projects, why not free them up with a dedicated assembly surface? This mobile table, made from two ¾"-thick sheets of MDF and maple trim, provides assembly surfaces in three sizes, with the largest measuring 36 × 51" when both drop leaves are raised.

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