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    Re: High chair

    No problem. Do you have a picture or sketch of your "normal chair" with dimensions to build it?



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    Thanks guys, Talked to her today and she said she doesn't care what I build as long as it functions, told me to just build whatever i wanted. The trip Trap looks interesting but I tend to go toward more traditional stuff. I'm thinking more towards the line of a normal chair looking with higher sides and a leg divider and tray in front, just order some kind of pad off amazon and if needed the straps that look like a 5 point seat belt out of a race car. Anybody have any problems with this idea? Anything I need to stay away from?

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    Re: High chair

    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnS View Post
    I'm thinking more towards the line of a normal chair looking
    I'm not sure what that means but I could probably come up with a modification of a dining chair that would suit. It depends on the style.
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    Re: High chair

    Woodsmith had plans in their issue 67, February 1990, on page 6. You might be able to find somebody selling old issues. You can get it from Woodsmith but you have to buy a download or flash drive of all the back issues. I just looked at their website and they are asking $79 for it. It's been both more and less than this when I've looked previously, the cheapest I remember is $59. If all you want is this one plan, it's too much.

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    Re: High chair

    Quote Originally Posted by JimD View Post
    Woodsmith had plans in their issue 67, February 1990, on page 6. You might be able to find somebody selling old issues. You can get it from Woodsmith but you have to buy a download or flash drive of all the back issues. I just looked at their website and they are asking $79 for it. It's been both more and less than this when I've looked previously, the cheapest I remember is $59. If all you want is this one plan, it's too much.
    Tonight, while searching for something else, came across a hard copy of these plans. Can't do email, but can do USPS (hint, hint)

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