Monday, October 3, 2011

Baby-Sitter Woodworking Plans and The Best Way to Glue Dowels

Baby Sitter Woodworking Plans... All it Takes Is Just A Flip And A Twist!

Space can be a problem when you only have room for one piece of baby furniture, but you need three pieces. To solve this problem we designed the Baby-Sitter. With just a twist and a flip, the Baby-Sitter, turns into a Rocking Horse, a Desk and Seat, or a High Chair. The Baby-Sitter is three chairs in one and is both functional and fashionable. This will surely become a treasured heirloom that will be handed down from generation to generation. By request we have designed a Teddy Bear Sitter; Plan No. 201. It's half the size of the Baby-Sitter that's just right for your child's Teddy Bear or Doll.

Baby-Sitter woodworking plans

                  THE BEST WAY TO GLUE DOWELS

When doweling pieces together, sand a small flat on one side of each dowel before inserting them. This allows any excess glue to escape when you clamp the joint. If you don't let the glue escape, the pressure could force the joint open again.

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