Fathers Day Freebies

Free Father's Day Woodworking Plans.

Free Father's Day Woodworking Plans

Fathers Day Freebies

Forget the ties, funny hats, beer mugs and flowers. Give Dad what he really wants - one (or all!) of our woodworking project plans. And best of all, they're FREE. Here are ten plans bound to delight woodworkers of any skill level. Copy this link https://www.canadianwoodworking.com/promoted/fathers-day-freebies and send it to Dad, or send him any of the links below.

Gorgeous Hall Table
This sleek, modern take on a classic design will look great in almost any home. By using understated tapers, gentle curves and solid joinery this table will also fit in for decades to come.
Clamp Rack
All shops have their organizational challenges, and there are as many solutions to these challenges as there are woodworkers. Here's a simple and effective way to store parallel clamps.
Little Library
If you’re looking for a way to get to know your neighbours, and show off your woodworking skills, this project is for you. The little library movement is gaining strength, and woodworkers everywhere are playing a large role.
Hand Tool Cabinet
This tool cabinet is a practical, attractive way to store and protect a collection of hand tools.
Eccentric Pedestal Bowl
Follow the steps properly and you will open your eyes to the wonderful world of eccentric turning. Once you finish this piece, and have a good command of the process, you’ll be able to design all sorts of interesting and unique eccentric turnings.

Walnut Sideboard
This sideboard has a simple, modern style that will never be outdated. There are a lot of options when it comes to adding your personal touch to it, so don’t be afraid to make the odd tweak to the design.
We don’t have to tell you how handy sawhorses are in the shop. They act like silent partners, assisting us whenever we need extra support.
Levitating Shelf
Whether you need a simple shelf near your bed or the front door, this fun project will serve you well.
Canada’s Historic Schooner Bluenose
The sailing schooner, “Bluenose”, was launched in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada on March 26, 1921. During its 25-year career it never lost a race and, in 1937, the Bluenose’s image was placed on the Canadian dime.
Moxon Vise
This little bench top-helper will lend a hand at a moment’s notice.

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