Woodcraft - Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Child's Table and Chair
The woodworker will have an enjoyable time making this 1950's style set of furniture -- really looks great in oak, as though a library style table. Both pieces are very sturdy. The hardest aspect...
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The woodworker will have an enjoyable time making this 1950's style set of furniture -- really looks great in oak, as though a library style table. Both pieces are very sturdy. The hardest aspect for most woodworkers will be gluing up the large panel for the table top.
This is a blueprint style plan with all joinery is shown in actual size, curved workpieces are all in full size. You can measure and trace straight from the drawing if necessary. Also includes bill of materials/cutting list, a detailed exploded diagram, and hardware requirements.
NOTE: The exploded diagram is so detailed that project specific assembly instructions are not provided.
- Project Level: Beginner to Intermediate
- Table Size: 30" round x 22" H (can be adjusted)
- Chair Size: 12" H
Great set of plans
I built this as a first furniture for my first grandchild. It was fun and turnned out very well. I have built larger items before but never furniture. It was a great experiance and will built some more from the plans offered. Maybe a rocking horse or rocking chair next
Not very helpful
I am a fairly adept woodworker. I use plans (like tools) to expedite the project. This company's plans don't do that. They expect you to do all of the planning and calculation. I found the plans useless except for providing a picture. You would be just as well off with no plans.