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No Mo Back Pain! Johnny Ninos bench peg

BBQ Re-do Don't need a mitre saw, but can see the possibility of making into a table for stained glass work bench w/storage. Like that it's moveable. Bettye

crochet hooks ~ darling and hand sized!

Dresser Turned Bench- might take this idea and throw my own spin on it. make it lower to the ground. and ea. kid a window seat in their br. use the drawer to put blankets or as storage... a throw pillow to match the seat and maybe a little bookshelf on the side to hold a few of their favourite stories.

#workbench. Love this! What a view!!! I think the chip catcher in the front of the workbench would also be a great idea for sewing. Maybe I wouldn't walk around with threads all over me :-)

To hold a lot of pliers, it's easiest to just hook them onto the edge of a piece of wood. A lot of pliers go in a small amount of space that way. The piece of wood in this holder is tapered towards the top edge, so that it doesn't force the handles too far apart. It's really only about half full with pliers so far.

Build a simple, strong workbench made entirely from 2x4s. It's inexpensive (less than $100) and takes only about four hours to build.