Welcome to Absolutely Free Plans, an online index of free woodworking plans and how to information. For your convience our free Mission Style woodworking plans are also listed at VintageInternetPlans.com
As time goes by many sites offering free plans drop off the web for one reason or another, I really appreciate it when you let me know about dead links and also recommend that you save or print out any plans that you think you might be interested in using as you browse through the links so they are available to you when you decide to start a project. Sometimes sites move their plans to another page, by deleting the end of the url back to their basic home page url and going there they still may be found.
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Carpentry For Boys by J.S. Zerme, M.E. - online reprint
A book which treats, in a most practical and fascinating manner all subjects pertaining to the "King of Trades"; showing the care and use of tools; drawing; designing, and the laying out of work; the principles involved in the building of various kinds of structures, and the rudiments of architecture. It contains over two hundred and fifty illustrations made especially for this work, and includes also a complete glossary of the technical terms used in the art. The most comprehensive volume on this subject ever published for boys.
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Woodworking project plans from Woodsmith, ShopNotes, and Workbench magazines.
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Children's colouring books and cookie cutters offer designs for seasonal decorations, to enlarge an image see here. Visiting your local library and browsing used book stores will often yield excellent results. If you frequent the newsgroup "rec.woodworking" there are numerous posts with the urls to free plans, many of the plans listed here were found this way.
Check the links page at "A Woodworker's Bench Notes", you will find all types of woodworking related sites.
Another method is by Subscribing to Magazines, each issue will usually have at least one free plan in it and best of all they are delivered right to your door.
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