Category: Baby Furniture Plans

4 Best Places to Find Wood for Your Woodworking Project

Choosing the right wood for a woodworking project can be difficult enough, but finding the best specimens can be even more of a challenge. You can always drive to that giant home improvement store, but there are better ways to find the wood you want. Why Good Wood Matters Before revealing my sources for the […]

Free Woodworking Plans for Baby Furniture

Free woodworking plans for baby furniture are a no-cost way to start creating a memorable piece of functional furniture for your nursery. These plans are offered to the public to encourage crafting at home, to advance the topic of beginner woodworking, and to introduce accomplished woodworkers to a new facet of their craft. Some authors […]

Buy Baby Cribs

The baby cribs listed below come highly recommended by other parents like you. These cribs come in different styles, colors, and types but all of them represent the best baby cribs you can buy. You’ll find the best selling cribs from Da Vinci, Graco, Sorelle, and other dedicated baby furniture manufacturers. If you already know […]

Sawdust Uses: 10 Ways to Put Your Waste to Work

Did you know that ancient Egyptians used to stuff mummified bodies with sawdust and leaves to maintain their shape? See, there are plenty of uses for sawdust! You may not have to go to that extreme, but if you’re a woodworker,  you likely have a few piles waiting for you somewhere. Here are 10 ways […]

3 Best Woodworking Clamps to Leave Your “Baby” Safe, Protected, and Unharmed

Guest Author: Sean Haggard, based on an interview with Mike Best Stop Gouging, Marring, and Beating Your “Baby” Woodworking Project As a woodworker, your latest project is always your baby. You spend hours nurturing its needs and shaping its future. You coddle it and invest whatever money is necessary. Nothing is too good for your […]

Basic Woodworking Tools for Baby Furniture: Woodworking Clamps

When you are building baby furniture or undertaking any woodworking project, the importance of having woodworking clamps on hand cannot be overstressed. Woodworking clamps give you an extra pair of hands. You can hold materials steady while you make finishing touches or you can hold materials together for gluing. As Norm Abram mentioned in This […]