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Toy Car Garage
I have completed the toy car garage, This is my first ever woodworking project. I have to say a huge thank you for the toy car garage plans. Without …
Well, not perfect but well pleased with my first foray into wood work. Thanks to your simple plans I have finished, what I think is a wonderful 2nd birthday …
Lots of toys
I like building toys and models from wood.
Hi Tony, your plans started me off with some ideas for toys. My latest, though not from yourself, is some book ends for my Great Grandson and gave me the …
Kids Play Fort Flat Pack
Having made, to some success, your flat packed house my Domestic Engineer suggested a fort with the same ethos. So I have. The Keep is 100 x 150 x 170 …
The Elephant and the Racing Car
Hello Tony Attached are two photos of projects completed from your plans I very much enjoyed making them and the plans were great. I shall no doubt …
Tony, Herewith are a few photos of the completed cradle. I did use some 18mm beading in its construction to which I screwed the relative parts. I feel …
Narooma Men's Shed Not rated yet
Some of the toys for sale at the Plaza shopping center in Narooma. The designs featured made from some of the free plans available on this site. …
classic clock Not rated yet
A classic wooden clock with a quartz movement. This is a copy of a clock made in the 1940's.
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How do you transport the rocking horse you have just made by airplane?
Why, you simply put it in a suitcase.
This is how Larry from Logan made a rocking horse for his granddaughter was able to take it with him to Boston in time for Christmas.
Free Woodworking Plans from Jim Barry at WoodworkersWorkshop