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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.
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,
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
Oh wow! Made these back in grade school! Thanks for reminding me!
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I would like to have directions for making a rocking chair out of clothes pins.
A nice diagram of how to make one of these can be found here:
Here's how to make a peg rocking chair:
Hey I checked out the site with the rocking chairs and they have other makes with pegs.
A Peg Star http://www.sant decoration.shtml
A Peg tea pot stand http://www.sant apot-stand.shtml
And a Nutcracker Prince and Balletrina http://www.sant ions-dolls.shtml
They are very cute
Since I read your post, I too, have been searching for instructions on how to make a Clothespin Rocking Chair. It is now approx 3 hours later and using all the search engines I know of, I have had no luck.
I did come across this link, that has pictures, but no instructions. I suppose we will have to figure out how to make one ourselves, from the pics that are provided.
During my search, i came across a mention of a Clothespin Wishing Well, which sounded very interesting, but alas the link was dead. If anyone comes across a link or a picture of one i would like to know.
Please email me any directions you may have for clothes pin rocking chairs.
robinspal (at) fwi (dot) com
The following site has step by step instructions as to how to make the clothespin rocking chair and it also has diagrams to assist you. http://www.sant ckingchair.shtml
Where can i find the instructions to this craft? My husband use to do this with his grandmother when he was little and now he wants to pass on the craft to our children, but he does not remember every detail....
try http://www.asso .html?cat=30this site
Should .work for you.
I would like to know if any one has directions for making a rocking chair out of clothes pins.
That link is outdated, try this one for video: