Here is a rack for one dozen average size wine bottles. Longer or higher
racks can be designed using spacing shown but some variation in timber
thickness, width, etc., may be necessary.
Cut these four rails
from the pieces 75x25mmx2.7m. Each rail to be exactly 600mm long
each of the four pieces 'A' as below. Drill six 6mm holes as shown in Step 2, then cut each triangular piece out using hand-saw or jig saw, cutting into the prepared 6mm holes. Smooth off each rail each of the four pieces 'A' with sand paper or sander.
Cut two end pieces
'B' from the piece 150x25x600mm. Each piece should be exactly 300mm long.
to ends 'B' at spacing shown using two 50x2.8mm nails at
each end. Punch nail heads. Not: Pre-drill nail holes but locate to avoid
timber splitting and penetration into bottle retaining space. Smooth down,
fill nail holes, etc., stian, clear finish, paint etc, as desired.