These use the regular clamp type wooden clothespins. Take them apart and put together like the pattern. A little pillow can be put on as a cushion or fabric covered stuffing glued to the frame. This would also make a handy pin cushion.
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Great, been looking for a pattern. I used to make these with my grandchildren years ago and now I can make them with the next lot!
Thanks for the pattern,
Hi Ray ,many thanks for your instructions for the rocking chair from clothes peg. Do you have any more patterns you could post on thriftyfun? Many thanks, Helen
Thank You for taking the time to share this wonderful craft. I have started six, and none are the same. It is fun to design as you go!
where is the nearest clothes shop to get a book on this is corby:x ?
i love it but would like to have step by step instructions on how to put it together. does anyone have them?
you did a wonderful job thanks for showing us your finished product.
I just what to thank Ray for these lovely peg chairs and patterns, I am on a disability pension with plenty of time on my hands since moving states and I found this inexpensive great project which I made and enjoyed. I finished one and then decided to do another then I thought to myself they would look great with a round table, as I couldn't find a pattern for a table I made one from scratch with the aid of a scroll saw machine (which is my new found hobbie). Thanks once again.
I have been looking for this for years. Have made them and it is so fun to see reactions of people..Thanks!
thank you i enjoyed making it with my 5 year old and my 2 year old we would like to find more furniture made out of clothespins such as a water well and maybe other items please anyone out there e mail us some patterns or pictures thank you chela(at)hotmail(dot)com
Thank you so much. I've looked for this for a long time.
thank you so much i seen a rocking chair at a craft sale and looked and looked for the pattern so i could have my older 4-h kids do it has a fun project at craft time they enjoyed it very much thanks to you
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