Showing posts with label kids wagon. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kids wagon. Show all posts

Sunday, October 7, 2018

The Sunshine Express

So in keeping with the previous posts focus on premier woodworking magazine issues, here is a select plan from "Wood" magazines premier issue in 1984. Better Homes And Garden's "Wood" magazine, published by Meredith Corporation, claims that "Wood" is the most popular and widely distributed woodworking magazine in the world. I tend to agree. "Wood" like "FWW", publish plans and articles on improving your workshop, and tools, in addition to some very attractive shopbuilt machines. And while "FWW" concentrates more on the high end, cutting edge, of the woodworking field, "Wood" is chock full of more practical, attractively designed, woodworking projects for the family, home, and yard.

Xmas is coming and woodworkers are looking for interesting shopbuilt projects, to please some young folks Xmas morning. I posted a child's wagon before, but from "Woods" premier 1984 issue comes this beautiful version of the classic child's wagon plan.







So for the few Canadian followers out there, HAPPY THANKSGIVING and
CHEERS.

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Little Red Wagon

Here is a little plan from the Deltagram series. I first posted this on a forum that I thought was going to be home to my blog. When the manipulator and predator showed their true faces, I quickly pulled my pictures, and decided my own site was the only way to share my book collection and project builds and ideas.

Deltagram was a series of short project manuals that Delta published for many years. There are hundreds of them in at least 41 volumes. I have 52 in my file and will share more in the future.

The wagon plan is a sure winner for most kids, it is both useful for moving toys and materials around and enjoyable to play with.



Below is a picture of a wagon I built for my two boys 33 years ago. As usual the Deltagram plan provided the inspiration but the plan was my own creation. The boys had many hrs. of fun with it.


33 years can change a person a lot so this is the only picture your going to see of me, ha, ha. If I start taking selfies I run the risk of damaging the camera, lol.