A woodworking project plan for a beautiful child-sized rocking chair that is easy-to-build. The platform rocking chair wood craft plans have very clear and detailed instructions on how to put together the platform rocking chair. Each portion of this chair-building project is described to make it easy to understand and follow. The platform rocking chair wood craft plans also includes a complete list of the materials you will need along with an option to add seat cushions if desired.
The plan for this chair will result in a classic platform rocking chair wood craft plans that rocks in place on its solid base instead of on the floor. The base makes the chair very stable and safe while still providing the fun feeling of gliding off the ground that the kids will love. Once your platform rocking chair is built, you will have a gorgeous wood piece to display in your home that is functional in addition to being decorative. You will also be able to put your woodworking skills on display, giving the impression you spent days working on the chair. With our platform rocking chair wood craft plans, not only is building your own furniture made possible, but it is also made easy and lots of fun.
Simply trace the outline of the platform rocking chair wood craft plans onto the wood and cut out with a jigsaw. These woodworking plans come with step-by-step detailed instructions that clearly explain every portion of the woodworking project. Design Group Patterns arrive with your local home improvement stores materials list. Create your own customized line of woodworking products for the Holidays from these classic full-size project plans.
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Platform Rocking Chair Wood Craft Plans Instructions
- Using transfer or carbon paper trace all lines onto 3/8 Inch minimum plywood or masonite.
- Cut out outline, gently sand edges.
- Paint outlines first, let dry.
- Paint in other colors use suggested color guide or make up your own selections.