Published at Friday, November 23rd 2018. by Joan Santos in Armchair.
This is not our newborn, even if it might look, and my leg is okay, crushing anyway um we purchased the chair from Target and took off the legs, and then red built this really cool runway and we'll show you how to start the rocking chair build. I cut a 38-inch radius out of some scrap wood to see if it would rock or fall over what would happen when I sat in it and thankfully it didn't fall over and that 38-inch radius was spot-on. I used select pine two by twos to cut the legs and match the same angle of the existing legs on the chair and after cutting the four legs, I cut one by three-inch boards to connect the four legs together.
This made a skirt all the way around. The bottom of the upholstered chair then drilled two pocket holes in both sides of each 1 by 3, cut at the same angle to match the legs. He's 1 and 1/2 inch pocket hole screws to attach the 1 by 3 inch boards flush to the outside of the legs, double-checking that all the pocket holes face inside the chair when I attach them to the legs before going through the trouble of trying to cut To exactly the same rocker runners, I cut a radius out of a sheet of mesa knife to use as a template and trace that radius using a homemade compass.
The compass was made by drilling two holes and a scrap piece of aluminum the hole at the top of the aluminum rotates around a screw screwed into a board, and it's just held down by some spare paint cans at the bottom. I have two more holes, one at 38 inches and one at 36 inches and each hole allows me to hook the tip of a pencil through it and trace the radius, making a rocker runner that's 2 inches tall. I use the chair base to measure how long to make the rocker runners, so they would in flush to the fronts and backs of the legs.
Then I use the jigsaw to cut out the template and double-check the template match both sets of legs. I cut the rockers out of two one by six boards, laminated, together with some wood glue. After using the template to trace the outline of the rocker runners on the 6-inch board, I cut it out using the jigsaw in the top of the skirt that attaches the legs.
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