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Rocking Horse Plan

Item #: 41225
$13.69
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Overview

You will want to make one for every child on your list!It's easy to create the inlaid bridle, belly straps and 'carved look' saddle with the band saw and router. Includes full-size patterns, photos and step-by-step instructions. Measures 45"long by 36"high. For ages 3 and up.

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

Manufacturer Part Number L100
Weight (lbs) 0.7400
Topic Rocker

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I have built 3 of these...

Kyle G from Parkon, MD Posted May 21, 2013
I have built 3 of these horses over the years from the plans offered here. Plans ARE complete which any accomplished woodworker can follow with ease. The plans do work!! Plans are full scale. Use carbon paper to transfer to wood. I have used white oak, Maple, Mahogany, Walnut. Brushed Poly mane is still looking great after over 6 years. Excellent plans and easy to follow.

I just finished building this rocking...

Guest from Amherst, NY Posted February 19, 2013
I just finished building this rocking horse and it turned out great. The plans had everything a hobbyist woodworker like me needed. The plans included a list of materials needed, templates of actual sizes for cutting the wood, and details of where screws, dowels, etc. go. I found the plans to contain the necessary detail required and have no idea where previous reviews had problems with the plans. Some woodworking knowledge would be helpful. I made a few cosmetic modifications, ie: instead of making the inlays flat, I actually had them raised with rounded edges. I made some appliqués for the hooves too. I used cherry wood for the saddle, inlays, and appliqués and I used white ash for the rest. 

I built this horse out oak...

Guest from Long Beach, CA Posted December 1, 2007
I built this horse out oak back 1992, it has gone through six grandchildren in fifteen years and is still standing and rocking very strong. The joints are still very tight,the finish still shinny but worn and the macrame tail and mane not very fluffy any more.

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