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Chief's Shop Plan of the Week: Garden Tool Tote

Chief's Shop Plan of the Week: Garden Tool Tote. Download the free plan PDF at http://www.chiefs-shop.com/html/garden_tool_tote.html.

The Chief's Shop Garden Tool Tote features a drop-down style end to store long-handled garden tools, or for harvesting large vegetables. The narrow width makes it comfortable to carry along your side, as it won't knock into your leg when you walk.

Required lumber includes: 1x8, 5/4x6 decking, and 2x2. Overall dimensions: 22 inches wide x 9-1/4 inches deep x 14-1/2 to 15-1/2 inches high. You'll need a miter saw, jigsaw, drill, driver, and Kreg Jig to build one.

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