It’s Bed Time!

I recently finished up two loft beds for my son and daughter and I realized that before I blogged about that I needed to actually post the final results of the Twin Cradle.  I know, I know.  I’m a terrible blogger.  But then again, on the internet time kinda stands still.   I could blog about about anything and pretend it’s current.  Half the time I go back and catch up on ancient blog posts filling my reader.  Well enough procrastinating… Here in one post is the end of the Cradle Series.

 Twin Cradle; Part 4  The Wrap up

Well the twins are off to college by now…well not really, but they have certainly outgrown this cradle.

You might remember that one of my goals as to build this sans hardware.  I wanted it to be a piece of furniture that could be quickly assembled and then knocked down for easy storage.  It needed to be a beautiful piece of “temporary” furniture.  I’ll let you be the judge.

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The finished product

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My wife provided a luxurious pad for them to sleep on.

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I was very happy with the grain selection in this beautiful piece of cherry.

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A side view showing the curves and the divider

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This little piece I designed to hold the divider in place.

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…said divider in place.

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The divider can easily be removed, allowing the twins to sleep together.

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I designed & built foot rests on each side, so the cradle could be easily rocked with your feet.

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The peg and though mortise

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Introducing Alex and James!

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Me and the best clients a guy could ask for!

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So that wraps my cradle series.  I’ll post one more related post on how I built the pegs, so look for that.  Then I’ll catch up and share the loft beds.  I’ve also been building a chicken coop!

Thanks for stopping by the shop, it’s great to get back to blogging.

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3 thoughts on “It’s Bed Time!

    • Thanks Rob! I can only take credit for the cradle! Glad you found me here! Was just thinking of you guys yesterday, as Jeff was mentioned on an episode of woodtalk online that I was listening to. Hope you are well–give Jeff and Eoin my best

  1. wow thats amazing!!!! can you send one over the north wales uk for my much awaited twin grand daughters!!!!!!

    well done im sure it will become a family heirloom.

    regards

    Non Weir

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