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Free picnic table plans

Picnic design 101  

classic picnic table plans An excellent weekend project, this easy-to-build project will soon become the focal point of your backyard. Redwood’s beauty and durability will ensure countless summers filled with barbecues, picnics and outdoor parties.

Standard picnic table plans 

Picnic table You can cut out and assemble from scratch.

Building a picnic table This is a project you can buy all the material for and build in a day. Relatively simple and straight forward you can build a table that will last for decades. The table I will describe here is a large one, 28" wide (table top) and 8 ft long. It has benches attached and is stable and strong. Certainly you can modify these plans to meet your needs. I have one that has a top that is 4 ft square based on the same design.

Hexagonal BBQ Table The whole family will enjoy this one.

Kids picnic table plans Free plans for a child size table. How to build a kids size picnic table. Just measure, mark, cut, drill and assemble. Both metric and imperial versions.

Picnic table to go This children's picnic table would be a marvel if all it did was provide kids with an irresistible spot for drawing, playing games, and eating birthday cake. But it offers so much more: it can be broken down in a matter of seconds (its pieces are ingeniously held together by interlocking slots) and stacked into an easily carried unit for storage or transport. If you know how to use a jigsaw, you can make this project in a weekend.


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