free plans: how to make a
||This holder will organize your magazines in a simple and elegant way. A hanging pouch neatly
holds your reading material so that it is off the table, but always within easy reach. The
fabric is easily removable for cleaning and the whole project goes together rather quickly. You can
customize the look to compliment your decor or add extra tiers for increased capacity.
||Wood, dowels, glue, screws, fabric, finishing oil. A complete
material list is provided below.
||Table saw, jigsaw or bandsaw, disc sander, sewing machine or thread and needle. If
you are using rough lumber you will also need a jointer and thickness planer.
A complete tool list is provided below.
||The plan itself is free! Estimated cost of materials: $18
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||wood. amount varies based on shape and size of holder you choose to make. in the version
we describe in this plan, we used 3/4" x 6" x 36" or 1 1/2 board feet (2 x 15 x 90cm) cherry.
||3/4" x 48"
(2 x 120cm)
|hardwood dowel rod
(doesn't need to exactly match the wood in the rest of the project because most of
the dowel surface is covered by fabric).
||wood glue, preferably polyurethane glue
||finishing oil or paint with primer
||#8 x 1 1/2" (M4 x 40mm) wood screws
||2 - 4
||mounting screws and finish washers - the length and number depends on your mounting situation
||1/2 sq. yd.
(1/2 sq. meter)