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|06-13-2016 02:27 PM|
|marc7101||That looks very good Mike! Well done!|
|06-09-2016 02:19 AM|
|Mike||I finished the pram tonight. It is built from off cuts of redwood and 1/4" walnut dowel for the axles and handle.|
|06-07-2016 04:59 PM|
Nice crib Mike. |
Saving all your scrap must be one of the most important rules for wood workers.
|06-07-2016 03:45 PM|
|Mike||That is a good idea Marc.|
|06-07-2016 08:10 AM|
|06-07-2016 07:54 AM|
|marc7101||What about a baby walker?! Flowers can be placed where the baby normally fits in. Not sure if it's called a walking ring or a baby walker- those things that you put babies in so that they can charge up and down the corridor and destroy anything in their path..|
|06-04-2016 10:53 AM|
Here is the crib. The frame is 3/4 x 3/4" pine; the end panels and bottom are 1/8" Masonite and the bars are 1/4" dowels. I ran out of cheap dowel and had to use walnut on one side. I used my table saw to cut grooves in the end rails to hold the panels. There is a support bar under the bottom and all fastening is done with 1-1/4" pin nails. I used my Kreg shelf pin jig to drill the holes for the dowels. A little hot melt glue secures the bottom. |
I think when my friend paints this white and adds the silk flowers it should be pretty neat. This was a fun little project built entirely from off cuts.
|05-26-2016 10:40 AM|
Originally Posted by Mike View Post
...back to the drawing board...
|05-26-2016 10:07 AM|
|05-26-2016 10:05 AM|
How about a square box, no lid, with inserts on each side to hold photos.
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