Clothes pins can be used to make cute doll furniture. This is a guide about making a clothes pin chair.
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Use hot glue and you can take it apart if it doesn't look right, but only use a drop on the clothespins. Make the seat and the bottom of the chair first then add the back. This is not the rocker, but I'm still working on it. This is only my demo.
By geri1 from Jackson, MS
Many have been looking for how to make clothespin rocking chairs. Thanks to Ray for sending in this pattern and pictures. These would be fun to make for Christmas presents or for a doll house.
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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Here are questions related to Making a Clothes Pin Chair.
I would like to have directions for making a rocking chair out of clothes pins.
By Ann (Guest Post)09/29/2007
Hey I checked out the site with the rocking chairs and they have other makes with pegs.
A Peg Star http://www.santaspostbag.co.uk/chri ... ar-peg-art-chrismas-decoration.shtml
A Peg tea pot stand http://www.santaspostbag.co.uk/peg-art-teapot-stand.shtml
And a Nutcracker Prince and Balletrina http://www.santaspostbag.co.uk/how- ... llerina-tree-decorations-dolls.shtml
They are very cute
By (Guest Post)08/13/2007
Here's how to make a peg rocking chair:
By Susan Sanders-Kinzel 12/01/2004
A nice diagram of how to make one of these can be found here:
I would like to know if any one has directions for making a rocking chair out of clothes pins.
By Antoinette 05/12/2009
That link is outdated, try this one for video:
http://www.associatedcontent.com/vi ... ts_how_to_make_a_rocking.html?cat=30