This elegant hardwood and bamboo sushi tray is based on a traditional design - with a modern flair. Breadboard ends with butterfly splines, dovetailed legs, and built-in chopstick rests are created utilizing dovetail joinery techniques. Article includes instructions, photographs, detailed drawings, and a cut list. Published in Woodcraft Magazine, March 2007.Read More
Ralph Bagnall has written freelance woodworking articles since 2001. The articles posted in this area are free to download for personal use.
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Bring your chess or checkers game with you wherever you go! This charming game table, based on a British Campaign era piece, is designed to fold up and store the detachable stand inside its case. Article includes drawings, detailed instructions with photographs, a cut list and design template. Originally published in Woodcraft Magazine, March 2006.Read More
Tidy up nearly any drawer in your home or shop with this easy to build modular drawer organizer. Designed to be adjustable, this organizer will meet your storage needs as they evolve over time. Article includes detailed instructions and materials list. Published in Woodcraft magazine, January 2006.Read More
Based on an antique set of nested tables, this ensemble's unique slide-in design makes it easy to store and move as a unit or separate and enjoy three small easily portable tables anywhere in the home. Article includes step-by-step instructions, detailed drawings and a material cut list. Published in Woodcraft Magazine, September 2005.Read More
A versatile kitchen accessory originally designed to complement the Hoosier Cabinets of the 1920s, this step stool makes an excellent extra seat in your kitchen - and it becomes an handy stool when you need one too! Published in Woodworker's Journal, June 2002.Read More