PARKERSBURG, W.Va., May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- With the introduction of its
new line of woodworking project plans, Woodcraft is redefining the old
adage "plan your work, and work your plan." Offering contemporary, high
quality projects, easy-to-follow illustrated instructions and specific
supply and tool lists, Woodcraft Magazine's Classic Project Plans are
making it easier for woodworkers of all skill levels to construct quality,
"Due to the ever-rising popularity of the project plans included in
each issue of Woodcraft Magazine, we began offering them on a stand alone
basis and in a new 22 x 34" shop-friendly paper format," said Jeff Forbes,
president of Woodcraft Supply -- the parent company of Woodcraft Magazine.
"These plans have been created by Woodcraft Magazine editors and
represent decades of woodworking experience and an emphasis on quality,
understandability and ease-of-use," Forbes continued.
The projects offered represent what woodworkers want to build today.
Numerous plans are currently available, including: FlatPanel TV
Entertainment Center, Quilt Stand, Mission Coffee Table and End Tables,
StepBack Cupboard, Arts & Crafts Pendulum Clock, Garden Arbor & Gate,
Folding Table & Cross Brace Chair, and a Rod, Reel & Tackle Stand.
Forbes said, "These plans were created with today's woodworker in mind
and they have gone through an excruciating process of conception,
prototyping, option development, construction, how-to photography, detailed
illustration, finishing, and writing before reaching the consumer."
Each plan includes step-by-step instructions, large dimensioned
illustrations, full-sized patterns when applicable, how-to photos, a
Convenience-Plus Buying Guide, Cutting Diagram, and Cut List.
Medium-sized plans, such as the Heirloom Quilt Stand, cost $9.99, while
larger plans, such as the Flat-Panel TV Entertainment Center, sell for
$12.99. Woodcraft Magazine's CLASSIC PROJECT PLANS can be purchased at your
local Woodcraft store, through Woodcraft.com or through
Woodcraft is the industry leader in providing a wide variety of top
quality products, educational opportunities and one-on-one guidance to
woodworkers of all skill levels. For more information on Woodcraft, please
contact the store nearest you, visit www.woodcraft.com or call (800)