In the 1800s anyone who aspired to become a member of high society wanted to be seen in a proper carriage or buggy. Carriages were used for transporting people as opposed to carts and drays which transported goods and were used by servants or the general public. Our horse-drawn buggy is similar to those used by members of high society! We have designed this old-fashioned horse & buggy project for your mantel or table-top. Decorate for the holidays or display year-round! The project pictured is made from oak. All patterns drawn full size. Build it from 3/4 inch lumber with 3/8 inch overlays. The base measures 8 x 24 inch.
The 19 series (products that start with 19-) are full size and printed on large sheets of paper. Hardware parts and kits may be available and would listed on the paper plan for you to review once you receive it. All projects are designed for beginner skill level. Carbon paper is recommended for parts that are curved. All building instructions and painting guides provided. Measurements are in inches only. Sorry, there is no downloadable version available for the #19 series woodworking plans.
Take your baby doll for a stroll in this adorable buggy designed for 15 inches tall dolls.
In the 1800s anyone who aspired to become a member of high society wanted to be seen in a proper carriage or buggy.
You can build and decorate this wooden doll buggy in just a weekend. The old-fashioned appearance is achieved with pine lumber and walnut stain. This is a vintage project plan.
This reminder of horse and buggy measures 12 inches long. Include pattern 'Gothic Alphabets'.
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