Rocking Pony - Downloadable Plan
Give your little cowboy or cowgirl a great ride with this classic project. Stout construction means years of rugged play; good looks make it a charming home accent. Overall dimensions: 37-1/2"w x 13-1/2"d x 27"hYou will be able to download the pdf file from the Thank You page or from...
You will be able to download the pdf file from the Thank You page or from the Downloadable Product Email once your order is placed.
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My Rocking Ponies
I have made perhaps 40 of these ponies and they a delightful adventure and keepsake for kids, I have all of the patterns for these in duplicate but have lost the plan long ago. I want the plan again just to check my patterns and instructions.
This is a great plan for a rocking horse.
Excellent plan and everyone loves the results, especially my grandson. Most difficult part was mounting the pony to the rockers, you may need a couple of extra hands for this. I highly recommend this plan and suggest having it enlarged for printing. Only error I found was on the rockers, it showed holes for rear legs twice, one of these should say front legs.
A beautiful piece of furniture
Plans were easy enough to follow. But do not cut rocker crosspieces or drill holes until the body is completed. Also make sure balance and level are where you want them. Extra rounding of parts of body and legs enhances natural appearence considerably. When completed it looks like a piece of furniture not just a rocking horse. This is not quicky project!