American Furniture Design - Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Walnut Flame Crotch and English Black Walnut Jewelry Boxes, AFD205
Flat Shipping Fee of $4.00
You can make a pair of jewelry boxes with this set of plans. First, try a striking ladies jewelry box with a divided storage tray on top and large storage area below. Then make a men’s jewelry box...
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First, try a striking ladies jewelry box with a divided storage tray on top and large storage area below. Then make a men’s jewelry box featuring a divided removable tray and lower storage area.
- Ladies' Jewelry Box Size: 20" long by 10" deep by 7-1/2" high.
- Men's Jewelry Box Size: 16-1/2" long by 8-1/2" deep by 5" high.
- Skill level: Beginner/Intermediate
- MATERIALS NOT INCLUDED; PROJECT PLAN ONLY.
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Articles & Blogs
The American Woodshop with Scott Phillips begins it’s 18th season on PBS starting on Monday, August 29th, 2011. This year’s 13 episodes entitled “Weekenders,” focus on woodworking projects to augment the home. While discovering and using new tools to become a more proficient woodworker, you should be able to finish each of these projects in one weekend.