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This section of our site compiles the latest comments submitted to MyOutdoorPlans. In this way you can follow the latest discussions and the hot topics. Adjacent to each comment is a link to the corespondent project.

 

  • Jack on Outdoor Swing PlansYou can do that. Please read the FAQs.
  • Lisa Blase on Outdoor Swing PlansHi. Do you have these plans you can share in a printable format such as a PDF or Word Doc? I would like to print these plans to have them handy while I build. When I go to print from this webpage, it becomes all jumbled up and hard to…
  • brian on Octagonal Picnic Table Plans Freefantastic. Can’t get over how good they are
  • Jack on Free Rabbit Hutch PlansIt’s 36″ long. If you want to place it inside the other components, you need tp cut those 1 1/2″ longer.
  • Jack on Outdoor Pavilion PlansWhat size are the tables?
  • John on Free Rabbit Hutch PlansOn the run, is the bottom board at the far end 36′ as well or would it be 33′ due to being fastened on the insides of the boards?
  • carol on Outdoor Pavilion PlansOur church wants to build a pavilion in our back yard area. We want to be able to put about 8 standard tables under the pavilion – how large of a pavilion would you suggest?
  • Geoff on DIY Plant Stand Plansthere’s the discrepancy. thanks.
  • Jack on DIY Plant Stand PlansI am pretty bummed when people like you make accusations on my site regarding my free plans, when they clearly have nothing to do with woodworking or with common sense. The plans are flawless. A 1×3 board is not 1″x3″, it is 3/4″x2 1/2″. You can check this table for…
  • Geoff on DIY Plant Stand PlansI’m pretty bummed I wasted my time and money on hardwood for this. the measurements are all wrong. how do you fit 5, 3″ wide boards across 13.5 inches on the top? or 4, 3″ wide boards across 10.5 inches on the sides? even the legs are the wrong measurement….
  • Scott on DIY Brick Pizza OvenHey Scott can you tell me how hot you’ve managed to get you’re oven thanks mate
  • Jack on Leopold Bench PlansYou need to make 30 degree cuts. After you make the cuts the ends will have 60 degrees (90 degrees – 60 degrees).
  • Tim on Leopold Bench PlansHi. I’m a bit confused now. I don’t have a mitre saw so am doing it all by hand. Does each end have to be 60 degrees, or 30 on the top, and the 30 on the bottom? Apologies for sounding a bit daft, just really confused. Thanks.
  • Jack on Hexagonal Planter PlansSorry, they are all 2x2s.
  • Ray on Hexagonal Planter PlansWhy do you show three different sizes of timber to make the hexagonal planter: 2×2, 1×3 and 1×2. Surely using different sizes for the same hexagonal planter will not work?
  • Jack on 8×8 Shed PlansYou’re welcome. Looking forward to seeing your projects!
  • Matt on 8×8 Shed PlansThank you
  • Jack on 8×8 Shed PlansPlease read the FAAQs: http://myoutdoorplans.com/faq/
  • Matt on 8×8 Shed PlansHello I am looking for printable plans 8×8 shed to show my HOA and I can’t seam to find it on the website. Can you point me in the right direction please
  • Jack on Double Adirondack Chair PlansYou shouldn’t have issues. Let me know how it comes out!
  • Jack on Dog Ramp PlansPlease read the FAQs: http://myoutdoorplans.com/faq/
  • Manfred Tiebs on Double Adirondack Chair PlansGoing to give this a try, and I hope your measurements are right……
  • Virgil on Dog Ramp PlansHow do you get the PDF dog ramp plans aim a little slow and I have to keep looking at the picture lol
  • Jack on Octagonal Picnic Table Plans FreeThanks for the nice words. Let me know how it comes out!
  • Ritchie on Octagonal Picnic Table Plans FreeFantastic plan Thanks Ritchie