Scroll Saw Magic Pony and Cart Wood Toy Plans (PDF Download)
Scroll Saw Magic Pony and Cart $12.95
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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:
Makes a wonderful toy or a cherished keepsake.
Pony and Cart are 5-7/8" H x 3-1/4" W x 9-1/8" L.
Color 8-1/2" x 11" pages with black & white pattern pages.
Required Tools & Supplies:
Easy to build! No complicated cuts or joints.
Build using common woodworking tools including a scroll saw and hand drill.
Common 1-1/2" diameter spoked wheels can be purchased at www.craftparts.com.
Looks great using common wood or build with hardwoods.
Sandpaper and non-toxic stains or paints to finish.
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This plan seems like it should be a winner from the start. It is a cute concept and will thrill any child lucky enough to receive it. I am in the process of building 2 for my granddaughters, one being nearly complete. As with all the plans I get, I always learn a lot from the first build. This plan was certainly no different. There are things that are not apparent from the plans and things that builders should be aware of. First, placement of the swish (scroll work on the cart) needs to be done after the trace (portion that connects the cart to the pony) is done and in place. If it's too far forward, as the diagram shows, the trace will not operate properly or must even be turned upside down to work. Next is the sizing of the little people. While the plans clearly state that they should be cut down to a 3" size, the real concern is the finished diameter of the bottom of piece. It cannot be be greater than 2.25" to fit into the cart and those from the resource listed come in at a hefty 2.5" after cutting. These are just a couple of things to watch out for; but in the main, this is a great piece. It takes some craftsmanship to complete and attention to detail. It's a terrific toy that will bring joy to the little recipient. Build one for Easter.