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Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Quilt Ladder

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Simple design, basic power tools, and a few boards help you make this great quilt rack. Connector bolts allow easy disassembly for storage or transportation. Overall dimensions are 25? wide x 21?...

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Simple design, basic power tools, and a few boards help you make this great quilt rack. Connector bolts allow easy disassembly for storage or transportation.


Overall dimensions are 25? wide x 21? deep x 66? high.


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    Quilt Ladder

    Once pieces are cut assembley is fairly easy. The only thing I would recommend is that if you have a Kreg Jig to use it to connect the Rails and the Front and Back Legs. Makes life a little easier.

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