Cut your wood to the specifications that you need. Also, cut your shelves to the right size. Your dimensions may be different then mine depending on your space.
Create the frame for the drying rack, by using pocket holes in the three short pieces. Each one has two pocket holes on each side that allow you to attach it to the long sides.
The Kreg master system comes in really useful for creating pocket holes so that the screws are hidden. The shelf rests on the edge.
Be sure to screw the shelves in as well so they are nice and secure.
Now you can paint or stain the wood or leave it natural like I did. Enjoy your new drying rack!
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