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Double shoe rack cabinet

Frist I would like to thank Jay Boutwell for his help with the Micro jig and this project as well .The cabinet Holds 24 pair's of shoe's and it is mage of 3/4" oak and 1/2" ply wood that is where the Kreg micro jig came in handy .

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Comment by Aaron Sabartinelli on April 20, 2018 at 11:51am

are there plans for this?

Comment by Coffeeshots on April 18, 2016 at 10:56am

This looks awesome. Did you ever draw plans for it? Thanks.

Comment by Cal Amaral on October 15, 2015 at 7:33am

Hi great pics. what are the dimensions? Do you any further details?


Comment by Timothy Cannon on November 15, 2012 at 9:31am

Do you have the plans for this project. This looks like somethin my wife wants.

Comment by David Dean on October 15, 2012 at 8:13pm

Thanks Jay but you was a lot of help on this one the micro jig is a little diffent to use but there was no way I could have done the shoe racks in 3/4"s the first time you open it would have fallen on top of some one.And I have been watching you and Justin,JIm do the inset doors so learn some more there.

and I will be adding the micro jig to my shop.

Comment by Jay Boutwell on October 15, 2012 at 6:35pm

David, You have completed the ultimate shoe storage and it is absolutely the answer to the age old problem of keeping shoes in a safe organized and well hidden from view.  Your idea for building this is excellent and is the first one of this type of shoe storage that I have seen.  Since you are the arthur of this unit, you deserve a hugh amount of credit.  It is a testimony to your dedication to woodworking and shows that you are definately not afraid to undertake something new.  This shows volumns of towards your ability as a well accompolished wood worker and cabinet maker. 

I would like to see this design expand into the market and do well for you. 

As for what little help I was in this, You are most welcome.  I don't feel that I did much as it was your design and idea, and it is your hands and talent that made this a suscess.  I do however believe that you also have demostrated the best example of how the Kreg Micro Jig works that I have seen todate.

Congratulations David on a suscessful project.  I'm sure your cusomer will be thrilled and well satisfied.

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