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Teddy Bear Rocking Chair Plan

Item #: 46995

Regular Price: $8.39

Special Price $6.71

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Overview

Build this friendly little rocker to make your kids or grandchildren happy! Includes patterns, bill of materials, exploded view and instructions to guide you through step by step.
  • Finished Dimensions: 22" high x 14" wide x 20" deep.
  • Drawings/Patterns are not full sized. The scale is 1/2" equals 1". When printing, recommend setting your printer to 200% for proper template sizing.


Note: if you intend to build this project for use by children, please make sure you follow current governmental safety guidelines for the country, state or jurisdiction in which you live. For the USA, current guidelines can be found at the Consumer Product Safety Commission website: http://www.cpsc.gov/ While efforts are made to design this plan to safety guidelines, no guarantee is made that this plan is current with the particular regulations or guidelines of your governmental jurisdiction.

Tech Spec

Weight (lbs) 0.1700
Topic Rocking Chair

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I have now made 2 of...

Guest from Oceanside, CA Posted March 14, 2013
I have now made 2 of the Teddy Bear Rocker chairs for my two granddaughters. Both out of Red Oak. One stained a light color and the other one a dark color. Had not real problems with the instructions. It was easier them I thought it would be, just had to be care full with the inlay of the face and ears. I'm currently working a third chair for a friend.

I've made about twenty of these...

David J from Fond du Lac, WI Posted December 7, 2008
I've made about twenty of these Teddy Bear rockers - mostly for the "expecting" teachers at the middle school where I'm a volunteer aid in the woodshop. They can't wait to be able to put their new babies in the rockers. The plans are accurate and easy to follow. I've made a few modifications like routering all the edges with a 1/4" roundover to give a more finished look. Earlier this month, I shrunk the plans 50% to make a Teddy Bear rocker for dolls for a charity auction. I planed down the wood to 1/2" thickness because I thought 3/8" would be too fragile. The last few rockers I made I used the same board for the back and seat and matched the grain during assembly for a better appearance. Great plans!

This is my 5th rocking chair...

jerry f from petoskey, MI Posted October 30, 2008
This is my 5th rocking chair I have made. one of the best I have done will be finished with it soon. I have bought spindles and other items. Am very satisfied not only with the cost, but the prices. this will be my site fore ordering.

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