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Working in an office requires me to wear, at least four days a week, a businessman's uniform.  This situation requires me also to have a number of neckties so that I am able to express my creativity and style.  I was going to say taste, but I know what kind of comments I would get for writing that. LOL.

After many years of trial and error I discovered that there was one storage method for my neckties and that was the hanger.  My wife found three of these a few years ago and I haven't been able to find any more.  So, I did what any red meat eating male would do, I made my own version.

*************WARNING//**************
Before using any tools, read the owners manual and obtain instruction on it's use.  Wear all appropriate personal protection equipment, such as safety glasses, hearing protection, gloves, etc. as required for the tools that you are using. 
 
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Step 1: Materials and Tools

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Materials
3/4" x 48" round stock
3/16" x 48" poplar dowel
cup hook

Tools
(this list varies depending on what you have, can borrow or what your wife will let you buy)
Drill Press
3/16" drill bit
Diagonal Cutters
Table Saw
Scrap wood for jig
Tape measure
pencil
jdehors4 years ago
FYI they actually have them at target for pretty cheap (like $12). it holds 32 ties and it swivels. That's cool too though.
lemonie5 years ago
Very nice, a good and useful build. (want one)

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