Free plans to build a baby doll furniture moon bassinet. Easy tutorial by ana-white.com
I - 24” x 48” piece of ½” thick plywood or similar
1 – 1x2 @ 8 feet long
1 – 1x10 @ 16-1/2” – can also use ¾” plywood
1 – 1x4 @ 4 feet long
2 – ½” plywood @ 20” x 20”
4 – 1x2 @ 9-5/8” long point to short point, both ends cut at 15 degrees off square, ends are parallel
4 – 1x2 @ 7-3/4”
1 – 1x2 @ 13”
1 – 1x10 @16-1/2”
4 – 1x4 @ 9-1/4”
Mark out the moon shape on 1/2" plywood pieces as shown in the pattern. Cut out carefully with a jigsaw. Also cut the sharp ends of the moon shape off square to prevent sharp edges. Clamp the two moon shaped sides together and sand outside edges until smooth using a coarse sandpaper, working down to a medium sandpaper, until smooth.
It is very important to have the line drawn 4" from center as this will help you evenly place the moon shapes on the baby doll crib base.
Now build the leg sets - you can use either pocket holes or simply 2" long self tapping screws (I like the Spax brand because the don't split wood, so you don't have to predrill and they come in small packs).
Tie the two together with the center stretcher.
Attach the base of the baby doll crib to the 1x10 board.
Finally, work from the base of the baby doll crib upward, attaching the 1x4s to the moon shaped sides with 2" screws and wood glue.
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