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#1 of 7 Old 06-24-2006, 04:05 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My husband is a woodworker, and would like to make more things for our boy: especially those big ticket items, kitchens, work bench, playstands, learning tower, etc. Anyone know a good book or other source of instructions for making these? Thanks!!!
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I've been thinking of asking my dad to put together a series of woodworking plans for this sort of thing! Do you think there'd be much call for it? (This is the sort of thing I love to do - draw out how to make stuff I get it from my dad )
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I think there would be some call for it. It would be especially easy for you to get them out there with F&F I think. I wonder if plans for smaller toys that were easy for a novice woodworker to do might have more appeal. My husband is a good woodorker and said he could mostly figure stuff out, so we would be more interested in the bigger, more complicated projects I mentioned.
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Well, I set my dad on the job! He's a draftsman by trade and a hobby woodworker, so he should be able to come up with some good stuff. I showed him a large range of ideas, from the simple to complex, so he'd have lots to work on.
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Kytka at waldorfhomeschoolers.com has these free plans. If you would like plans to order, just google 'playstand plans' and several things come up.
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i am also interested in making a playstand. if you make one, please let us know. i'd love to know how it turned out!
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http://www.playstandplans.com is one, there are also instructions for some frame like toys in various craft books, Toymaking with Chidren and Crafts through the Year.
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