This dynamic design requires no glue, screws or nails, yet is solid when assembled.
It is secured by one locking piece.
Children love the fact that they have their own chair.
The giver will be ever remembered as the rocking chair is passed down from generation to generation.
Yes it is that durable.
It comes as a standard version or a hole in the seat for a potty.
If you are inclined and have the tools such as a jig saw and router you can make these yourself. The pattern is a hard copy traceable cardboard and supplied with a high quality ¼ “ or ½” straight shank pattern bit. You choose of shank size.
(Look for the plans to make this Children's Rocking Chair in the Woodworking PLANS Section on the Northwest Woodworker Homepage.)
Highest point on back 20 inches
Floor to seat level 9.5 inches
Width of seat 10.5 inches
Length of rocker strut 18 inches
Safety features a ball at the end of the strut reduces backward rocker movement.
Use 18mm plywood (metric size), Baltic Birch, Cherry or any other quality plywood will be suitable.
Using 18mm is a must. Don't use 3/4" as the finished chair will not fit correctly together.
A 5'x5' piece should build 2 chairs