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An 8 Bottle Wine Rack

A special gift project that is certain to be a great
seller for the holidays

A Spirited Gift Idea

Here's a simple, classically designed wine rack that's both easy to make and fast to sell as a thoughtful gift for the Holiday season. We made ours from white oak, but any attractive hardwood will look great in the kitchen or dining room

Creating The Components
Start by laying out the four rails on two pieces of stock (A) as shown in Fig 1. By following the procedure outlined here, you'll be able to get two rails from each piece of stock and save time in the process. Center four 4" diameter circles on the rail stock, leaving a 1/2" space between the circles. Use a hole saw, scroll saw or saber saw to cut out the circles.

Use your Drum Sander to smooth the insides of your circular cut-outs. Set up your table saw or bandsaw rip fence to a width of 2-1/2". Rip cut one 2-1/2" rail from the rail stock. Then turn the same piece of rail stock and rip the second rail from it. Repeat the procedure on the other piece of rail stock to get all four rails.




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