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Heirloom Bassinet

comments (0) April 8th, 2009 in Reader's Gallery

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Here is a Bassinet I designed and built for my daughter. I took inspiration from Jim Schmidt's cradle featured in the October 2008 FW readers gallery.  It is constructed of Mississippi Swamp Ash and Bubinga. The scroll work was done with a scroll saw and a Foredom tool. The piece stands 46" high, 39" long and 18" wide. The swing pivot is a 14mm waxed Ash dowel. I used a brass pin as a removable safety stop. I sanded to 450 and finished with Tung Oil.


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Joshua Stotler

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