DIY Plans and Woodworking Plans

DIY and Woodworking plans for making your own projects. Includes free plans, premium plans, joinery plans, planter boxes, and more.

These regulation size Premium Cornhole Boards have an elegant design and don't weigh as much as some other designs. They utilize a hardwood frame to achieve stability without being bulky.…

This bass trap is a great acoustic treatment to add to your home studio or media room. It absorbs sound frequencies using mineral wool to reduce echoes and room noise.…

This is a fun and decorative planter that is shaped like a large 13" tall coffee mug. It is constructed using staves like a barrel. This project uses biscuit jointed…

This plant stand is a very quick and easy project, and it is a great way to hold up a potted plant or a cooler or water jug with a…

These small herb planters are very simple to make. They make a good project for a beginning woodworker, or a quick build for someone more experienced. Grab three cedar fence…

In the 3-Planter Party Pack, you get plans for the Elevated Planter Box, Leaning Planter Box, and Trestle Style Elevated Planter Box.

This sturdy planter box uses trestle style crossed legs joined with a strong lap joint. It is made of fence boards and 4x4s and holds about 6 cubic feet of…

This carrying case protects your Japanese saws by holding them in place with kaizen foam, while displaying them beautifully through a clear acrylic panel. The foam can be custom cut…

This is measurements and a printable template for a frog adjustment screw that fits on a Stanley hand plane. The reference I used was a Stanley No. 4 bench plane…

This tensegrity table uses a sliding dovetail joint to attach the support arm. The elegant design is great for holding up a small plant or art piece. The difficulty level…

This stylish two-tiered planter box leans against a wall or a ledge. It's great for growing herbs and vegetables, and can be built with a single 2x6 and three fence…

The finger jointed paired tenon is a method of having a longer tenon in a narrow leg. The two adjacent tenons share an L-shaped mortise, by having the two mortises…

The double mortise and tenon is a stronger variant of the traditional mortise and tenon, due to the huge increase in glue surface by having two tenons, and the extra…

The castle joint is a nice-looking joint for corners on beds and tables. It combines a half lap joint with intersecting bridle joints to connect three parts in a strong…

This brilliant but challenging joint is the wedged blind tenon, also known as the fox tenon because the two wedges look like ears. The blind tenon goes into a tapered…

The mitered tenon allows for longer tenons in a furniture leg by allowing adjacent tenons to occupy the same L-shaped mortise. This is useful in narrow legs, because longer tenons…