Here are some of my contributions to $100 or less club
The cockpit table is made from the seat benches out of an old Pearson Ensign I scrapped. Couldn't let the mahognay go to waste. Hinges are SS Piano hinge ($15 at Hamilton Marine) and the attachments are some rail clamps I had laying around. To keep it upright, I bought hatch spring stay
that snaps open ($15 from anywhere)
Only downside is that it doesn't fold open more like the $200 edson version.
Also in this pic is the harness my wife made for the crawler. They wear lifejackets while underway but at anchor or when on the mooring, we let them roam while teatherd.
PS: I made this baby too but he didn't qualify for the "under $100 project" thread.
Lee cloth for the mid day napper. After falling out of her bunk and spoiling a peaceful nap time, my wife got some mesh and made this lee cloth. We went with bungee for the top because the kids will tear the screws out of the wood if it was done with solid line. This way, they are held in while sleeping but are not trapped.
PS: again, the daughter does not qualify as under $100.
Last one for now is the pads my wife built for the kids to not smash their heads off the hull while rolling around asleep as we sail during their nap times.
and here is the rail we made across the vberth to contain the whelps when they should be napping but instead want to come up and play.