Here's 2 methods on how to do it:
Where is the drawer that needs to be replaced?
In a dresser, in a kitchen cabinet, etc?
Is the drawer presently mounted on slider tracks with wheels?
It's going to depend on where this drawer is fitting into, I imagine. Generally, you'd build a box and attach drawer slides to it if that's what the piece already has in it. Examine what you have and research from there.
Here's one way:
Lois: use a pattern made from the old drawer pieces~!
Without more details this is just a guess.
There are some pretty good directions here:
Hi! When I have to replace something like a drawer, I look at an intact one to see how it is put together. That way the replacement will match. If you have the old drawer, you may be able to rebuild and repair it, or at least get the measurements from the old one and hopefully the drawer front to reuse. Hardware stores and online can help you with the hardware you need. My biggest gripe with a lot of furniture is how flimsy the bottom of drawers have become. Good luck and stay safe!
This may help you build the kind of drawer you need: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aTJzMEILOc
Here's a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zo5mUBmguwk
Here is some ideas https://www.fastcabinetdoors.com/drawer-fronts.html
Hi Lois, you will want to use the measurements of the old drawer, but hope this helps,
Hi Lois: Try these sites: