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How To Build a Blanket Rack


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Build the most Simple, Cheapest Blanket Rack shown on the right with just a few tools and a small investment in materials! For as little as $60, you could build a Blanket Rack like the one shown right!


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Material List:

2 x 4 x 8': Three pieces

1 x 12 x 8' Board: One piece

5/16" Wood Plugs: 20

2.5" Wood Screws: 24

Polyurethane

Wood Glue

Tool List:

Measuring Tape

Pencil

Compass or Circle Template

Table Saw

Miter Saw

Band Saw

Sander

Router w/1/4" Round Over Bit

Drill/Screw Gun

1/8" drill bit w/5/16" Counter Sink Shank

 

Step 1, Cut the Blanket Rack Pieces - Select the Materials. 

Select the 1 x 12 (11.5"):  Using a Miter Saw, crosscut two pieces @ 33" for the Side Panels. Using a compass and paper for a template, make a 11.5" Semi-circle at the top of the two boards.  Using a Band saw, cut the rounded tops of each Side Panel.  Using a drill w/1/8" bit w/5/16" Plug Cutter, mark and cut the screw holes to receive the Cross Braces and 5/16" Plugs, as shown above. Using a Router w/1/4" Round-over Bit, router the top and side edges (Not the bottom edge).

Select the 2x4's:  Using a Miter Saw, cross cut five pieces @ 32" for the Cross Braces.  Using a Table Saw, rip the Braces to the dimensions, as shown above.  Using a Router w/1/4" Round-over Bit, router the top and bottom edges (Not the side edges).

Select a 2x4:  Using a Miter Saw, cross cut two pieces @ 16 inches for the Bottom Strips. Using a Table Saw, rip the Bottom Strips to the dimensions, as shown above. Using a Band Saw, round off each end of the two Bottom Strips.  Using a drill w/1/8" bit w/5/16" Plug Cutter, mark and cut the screw holes on the bottom side of the two strips, as shown above.  Using a Router w/1/4" Round-over Bit, router the top edges (Not the bottom edges).

Select all the cut pieces and sand them.

Step 2, Assemble the Quilt Rack- Select all pieces

Select the Side Panels and Cross Braces; Using glue and screws, attach the Braces to the Side Panels.

Select the 5/16" Plugs; using glue, insert the Plugs into the screw holes of the Side Panels.

Select the Bottom Strips; Using glue and screws, center and attach the Bottom Strips to the Side Panels, as shown above.

 Step 3, Finish the Blanket Stand- Perform a final sanding and Poly the finished stand.

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Free Quilt Rack Building Plans by:  WayneOfTheWoods@yahoo.com