Antique 1890 Rocking Horse Wood Toy Plans (PDF Download)
Antique 1890 Rocking Horse $15.95
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PDF file easily prints to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper on any computer printer.
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PDF file easily prints to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper.
Plan Set Description:
Build a cherished antique heirloom rocking horse toy!
Rocking Horse is 35-3/4" L x 26-3/4" H x 18-1/2" W.
Color 8-1/2" x 11" pages with black & white pattern pages.
Required Tools & Supplies:
Saw out all the parts using any one of these tools: Scroll Saw, Band Saw or Saber Saw plus a Hand Drill.
Use common lumber, MDF (medium density fiberboard) or select plywoods.
Sandpaper and Non-toxic Stains or Paints to Finish.
About the Antique 1890 Rocking Horse PDF Plans:
All you need is the free Adobe Acrobat Reader app to view and print pages from the PDF download. The Antique 1890 Rocking Horse PDF file easily prints to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper. You make a full size pattern from the printed pages by easily taping the pages together at the alignment arrows to create the full size patterns. Every pattern required to make the rocking horse is included.The PDF file includes full-size patterns, exploded views, assembly photos and step-by-step detailed instructions. The pattern pages in the PDF file are black and white precision line to help conserve printing ink. See our section on PDF Questions for more information on how to download and print PDF files.
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This was a great project for my dad and my son and I to do. I have a 12 year old and a 18 month old boy and was looking for something special to make for my youngest. This was perfect. The patters were easy to make and in our trim shop we had a great time making it. I hope to have this in the family for many years to come. Thank you!
This little pony really packs a punch full of fun. Not only in the shop building it, but in the house watching the kids play for hours. I liked that there was a separate PDF for the placement of the legs, this made it easier to align them to the rockers. I used a maple and a walnut accent . this added a touch of Class and style in my opinion. Danish oil finish with an additional coat of oil tainted with a varnish base.