1.Purchase or discover scrap stumble clothes drying rack 1-by-1s.
2.Cut and sands four bits of the wood to 22 ½ inches, four to 21 crawls, four to 19 ½ inches and two to 13 ½ inches.
3.Buy dowels that are 3/8-inch thick, and slice 11 to 26 inches.
4.Drill a gap into the oak amble one inch from edge, then penetrate an alternate gap one inch from the edge on the inverse side.
5.Proceed with step 4 for all the bits of timber, aside from the 22 ½-inch pieces, which will just have gaps penetrated on one side, and the 13 ½-inch lumber, which ought to have openings 1 inch from one edge and two at 4 ¾ and 8 ½ inches.
6.Put some wood paste into the openings and addition the dowels to gather the clothes drying rack. Adjust the focal point opening of two of the 22 1/2-inch upholds so that together they make a X shape, put some wood paste into the gap, embed the dowel and join to the opposite side of the rack.
7.Proceed with step 6 for all the wood aside from the 13 ½-inch pieces and join all.
8.Append the two 13 ½-inch wood pieces to the highest point of the clothes drying rack at one edge with wood paste and a dowel.