DIY Sunday – The Houseboat “Coolwater”

DIY Sunday - The Houseboat “Coolwater”

Again DIY Sunday bring you plans for a project that
in all honestly might take you a little longer than a
Sunday afternoon. On the other hand, a houseboat
might last you for the rest of your life.  Vacation
after vacation spent on lovely floating
living quarters you have built yourself.
And as usuall you can download the plans
for free simply by clicking the icon below

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DIY Sunday – Homemade Havaiian Ukelele

DIY Sunday - Homemade Havaiian Ukelele

I guess the hardest part of this project is to get hold of a cigar box. Smokers are as we all know a dying breed.
Anyway, the project was published in the 1917 September edition
of Popular Mechanics and you can download the plans in pdf
by clicking the icon below

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DIY Sunday – Plywood Doll House

DIY Sunday - Plywood Doll House


Should your little’uns be fascinated by art deco and functionalist architecture or just fancy a great dollhouse, here’s your chance to
build them one. The plans were published in Popular Mechanics
in 1937 and as usuall, you can download them in pdf format by
clicking the icon below

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DIY Sunday – Folding Porch Chairs

DIY Sunday - Folding Porch Chairs

A set of plans for a couple of really nice retro porch chairs for you here. The plans were published in the May 1952 issue of Popular Mechanics
and you can download them in pdf format by clicking the icon below

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DIY Sunday – Build a Log Cabin

DIY Sunday - Build a Log Cabin

I admit that building a log cabin this size might take
a little more than a Sunday, even a little more than a few Sundays.
But think of how proud you will feel when it is finished.
The plans were published in Popular Mechanics in 1983
and you can download them in pdf format
by clicking the icon below

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DIY Sunday – Breakfast Nook that Folds Flat Against The Wall

Breakfast Nook - Popular Mechanics March 1941

If you live in a small flat this is just the thing for you. Fold down the nook, have your meal and fold the nook back up against the wall. The plans were published in the 1941 March edition of Popular Mechanics and you can download them by clicking the icon below

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