Height: 30 inches (76.2 cm)
Length: 39 inches (99.1 cm)
Depth: 20 inches (50.8 cm)
The 28 series (plans that start with 28-) are the best of the projects from Editors of Woodcraft Magazine. Plans feature step by step instructions with photographs, some include exploded illustrations for various project steps, a cut list and cutting diagram, and a Convenience Plus Buying Guide so you know exactly what supplies are required to complete the project.
A Bear Cub swinging cradle to gently rock the little ones to sleep. Tray on one side holds the babys essentials for nap time care. Can be built from 3/4 inch pine (order twenty birch spindles) or from oak
Either cradle depicted by these plans would be a perfect piece to add to your Early American or Colonial American collection. The same plan you purchase will detail how to make a cradle using either s...
The hood of this antique inspired piece, with its gracefully scrolled facia, is designed after an 18th century original...clearly heirloom in quality. The heart motif in the footboard can add a countr...
This packet of woodworking plans contains all of the written instructions and suggestions to make 3 cradles, a small, a medium and a large doll cradle. Instructions include assembly drawings, includin...
Now that you have given your kids (or grandkids) armloads of dolls and stuffed animals, they are probably ready for some pint-sized furniture for their make-believe friends. Our full-size patterns tak...
Here is a project that really rocks, both functionally and in the eyes of the lucky recipient. Besides that, you will find this project a pure joy to build with its simple joinery and full-size patter...
Our adaptation of a traditional Scandinavian design, built of solid cherry, will rock dolls and stuffed animals to sleep for generations to come. Exposed dowel joinery adds to old-world charm.
Here is a cradle that looks as thought it came straight from Williamsburg. You can build it yourself with simple hand tools. The cradle is large, so baby can use it for many months. This is a vintage project plan.
There is no guaranteed method for comforting a cranky infant, but a cozy rocking cradle has been known to do the trick. This is a vintage project plan.
Putting baby to bed can be a true test of patience. But with any job, the going is always easier with the right tool. For speeding baby off to dreamland, this cradle is the right tool. This is a vintage project plan.
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