Childrens pull toys are the baby steps to having a pet on a leash. Kids love to pull around their toys. The more animated and colorful the toy, the more fun the child has during pay time. The woodworking plans listed in this category are pay plans. You can purchase from a a variety of reputable woodworking retailers, including our own online store. Traditional paper plans as well as downloadable plans are available. If you are looking for woodworking plans that being offered for free, please visit the tree below to begin your free woodworking plans search.
This clever pull-toy turtle truck can roll thanks to the wheels in the foot. Four layers of colourful geometric shaped wood blocks link together in the truck bed to form the turtle's shell. The entire structure was made of 3/4-inch thick hardwood. Patterns are drawn in full size. It is 9 inches in height and 17 inches in length.
A fascinating pull toy for ages 1-1/2 to 3 yrs old. The axle hole in each wheel is offset so the alligator wobbles and wiggles as it is pulled. When finished this project is about 22 inches long. The plan include all parts drawn at full size.
The classic design of this childrens pull sled is sized for kids from 2 to 5 years of age approximately. Construct from 3/4 inch lumber. Designed to be pulled with a 3/8 inch diameter rope. Not intended for sledding downhill. All patterns drawn FULL size.
Here we have our simple to make bird puppet marionette toy. Easy to cut and paint using the smallest of scrap wood pieces or leave a natural wood color. Simply size the craft pattern to how you want it to be and print the drawing. Then its a matter of trace, cut and paint. Beginner skill level.
What a charming pair! Waddles the Duck sways back and forth when pulled, tossing his head to and fro. Patty the Apatosaurus twists and turns her way into a childs heart. Now your only problem is which...
This funny Caterpillar friend wiggles over bumps and around corners to the delight of children and parents. We will show you how to build it and have included a wheel-segment drilling jig. We also show you two different finishes for this pull toy: painted and polyurethaned. Included with the plan is a source for a parts kit or you can make your own.
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