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Toy Airport Baggage Cart
A couple of evenings in the workshop should be about all that's needed to make this toy. The two carts are identical except for the location of the cart couplers.
This cupboard captures the essence of a primitive slant-back cupboard without being pretentious. Best of all, though, you don't need to have a supply of old wood or moldings on hand to make the piece. The cupboard can be constructed entirely of 3/4 inch pine boards and stock molding available at your local lumber-yard.
Shaker Tall Clock
The Shaker Tall Clock is an heirloom piece that will repay your weeks or months of dedicated woodworking with untold years of satisfaction. A clock built by Shaker Erastus Rude inspired this version, which has been changed to accommodate modern woodworking techniques. The Rude clock can still be seen at the Shaker Museum in Old Chatham, New York.
Child's Stepped-Back Cupboard
This cupboard is a scaled-down version of a slant-top cupboard. To make the piece look right in a smaller version, the stock thickness must be reduced, so our cupboard employs 58 inch thick pine for most of the parts and 1/2 inch thick pine for the back.
Tissue Box Cover
Dressed-up tissue boxes are hardly a novel idea, but our cover goes the standard color-printed cardboard box one. In addition to providing an attractive sleeve for a standard 4-1/2 inch square by 5-1/4 inch high tissue box, it lends the box a little added weight. No longer will you need two hands to extricate a stubborn tissue.
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