Matt's Basement Workshop

How to Plans at Matt’s Basement Workshop

Matt's Basement WorkshopFor years I have watch the working podfather Matt Vanderlist, build things in his basement workshop. Many times as he is building a project some of his viewers ask him if he would provide plans of his projects. I can understand the hurtle he faced in providing plans, sitting down and drawing a complete set of how to plans is a huge time commitment on top of his video editing schedule.

As I was drawing some concepts drawings for a client, it hit me. Why don’t I offer to draw plans for him? So, I emailed him, and as they say, one thing led to another and now for the first time you can buy a set of downloadable plans and build along with Matt. The plans are reasonably priced and you can watch Matt’s how to video’s for free right from his blog.

The plans include measured drawings, a parts list, overall materials needed, and notes to help you understand the ins and outs of the plans.

If you want more woodworking tips and instruction, you can become a patreon of Matt’s Basement Workshop and get bonus woodworking content.

You can download a set of plans here

How to build a tall dresser

If you don’t already you can follow Matt in his basement at http://mattsbasementworkshop.com/

If you haven’t already please check out the furniture I build over at http://www.benhamdesignconcepts.com/

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