|Project by aldente||posted 01-20-2009 04:16 PM||1400 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
My father had made cradles for the first born of my sibblings and I. They were low to the ground and hooded. My oldest daughter still uses hers for her children. However, now that my second daughter had a baby (my first grand daughter) she wanted a craddle for her. Not wanting a low profile craddle, I decided to go with the pendelum style. I drew the plans myself, and made a template so I can make another for my last daughter, who’s only 19. That craddle needs to wait awhile. College first. The craddle is made out of red oak with a tongue,ureathane, and linseed oil combination.
-- Rodd, Texas grandpa