Beer tote is post about Plans bookmarked by derrick with ID 13740200851 was uploaded on 20-02-2019 and has been viewed 240,547 times.
Beer Tote This was made for a silent auction fund raiser complete with six different microbrews.I used a pine project board from the local big box hardware and left over pine 1x2, 1x4s, and a small piece of 1/2" plywood that was left over from another project.
HANDMADE FROM THIS PLAN >> Projects built from this plan.Thank you for submitting brag posts, it's appreciated by all! Add your project.Author Notes: This tote was made specifically for the standard 12 oz.
Microbrews.A 1' x 1½ ' x 2' knotty pine board from the local big box hardware for $10 and bottle opener from an online beer supply for $5 was used.The 1x2, 1x4 boards and pocket-hole screws were left-overs from the Woven Back Bench plan built this summer.
Be sure to square up your board before cutting.These boards look like they are square; but trust me, they are not! I gently rounded the edges of the tote ends, tote handle and tops of the cross dividers with a router.
I used a 2 inch Forstner bit to embed the coin in the tote end.The tote handle and arches on the tote ends were drawn free-hand.(Hint: It is easier to draw only half...