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NOV/ DEC 2001
Volume 44 /  Issue 6

IN THIS ISSUE
Project Articles
Rocking Horse
Child's Chalkboard
Wine Rack and Desktop Bookshelf

DEPARTMENTS
Ask Smitty
Owner’s Gallery
Letters from Owners
 
Academy Notes
Finishing Touches - Pt.2 Applying an Oil Finish
 
Service Pointers
MARK V (Worktable & Carriage) Troubleshooting
 
Safety Tips
Using Extension Cords

What's New
Pro-Fence System Router Table

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Hands On

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Updating a Classic

Rocking Horse

Your favorite cowboy or cowgirl will love riding the range on this little steed

Making a child's toy can be a lot of fun. The hours spent cutting, sanding, assembling and finishing a toy are richly rewarded by the happiness shown on a child's face when he or she receives that toy. There's little else to compare with it.

For generations, one of the most popular of all children's toys has been the rocking horse. Little buckaroos and buckarettes love to climb in the saddle and ride the living room range, looking for strays and chasing the bad guys.

The easy-to-follow plans presented here will help you create this family heirloom in about 12 hours and have it ready to occupy its treasured space under your family tree this Holiday season.

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