Sure Ron, I'll walk you through it.
Option 1. Go to "G O O G L E" in your browser. Enter "Rocking Horse Plans"
in the appropriate box. Are you still with me? Good. You should now be
showing 110,000 plans in .27 seconds. Click on any of them, then another,
2. Go here: http://absolutelyfreeplans.com /
You are most welcome.
Try Woodcraft and Grizzly. The each offer them at a reasonable price. One
of the woodcraft plans is the one you see everywhere with the yarn mane.
Griz has one that can be made with contrasting hardwoods and comes out
looking nice (However the rocker radius is kinda radical for a young'un). I
combined both and came up with an in-between.
Go to 'Tools', 'Message Rules', 'News', and create a rule that will filter
out requests for plans since they cause you to make an ass out of
Learn to use your software instead of punishing others for your ignorance.
Wood Magazine, Nov 1995 (through the public library). Contains
I made three of these for nephews and nieces:
Using Google is a great Idea for getting lots of plans out the kazoo!
But troll around in Lowes' site and look up the plans they put out for
*free* -- just print out those plans and get your self a nice 8-foot long
construction-grade 2x10 and some fresh blades for the jig saw and have at
it. The end result will be similar to this (in shape and form only; not
finish) -- http://www.apachetrail.com/ww/Projects/index.html (Scroll Down to
the "Kids Stuff" header)
Penury is the true mother of invention
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