Doll High Chair Plans are Released

November 26, 2008 by  
Filed under featured, Scroll-saw, Toys, Toys and Games, Woodworking

For Christmas this year I am building my daughter a high chair for her dolls.  I just finished the design and am putting the plans I created out right away.  The plans are free to download click here to download a pdf of the doll high chair plans or click on the picture of the print below.

doll high chair plans

doll high chair plans

DOLL HIGH CHAIR

DOLL HIGH CHAIR



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19 Comments on "Doll High Chair Plans are Released"

  1. Woody (gina) on Thu, 4th Dec 2008 10:19 am 

    Excellent plans. There are going to be some happy little girls this Christmas. It’s very awesome that you are sharing the plan… I thank you very much

  2. Linda on Sun, 7th Dec 2008 2:28 am 

    I think that its very nice of you to share your plans. I think my daugther would love the chair. Im going to make it for her. Thank you.
    Linda

  3. naldi on Sun, 7th Dec 2008 1:00 pm 

    thanks, its great woodwork plan and helpfuly

  4. Pete Arbogast on Mon, 15th Dec 2008 10:50 pm 

    Great plans,thanks. Would like to see more. Maybe a cradle.or bed. again,Thanks.

  5. build on Tue, 16th Dec 2008 12:35 am 

    Thanks I appreciate the encouragement, I am hoping to have a doll cradle plan sometime after Christmas.

  6. Tom on Sun, 2nd Aug 2009 5:53 pm 

    Hi,

    What size doll is this high chair for?

  7. build on Mon, 3rd Aug 2009 6:28 pm 

    It is for a standard size Cabbage Patch doll, but feel free to scale it as you wish.

  8. kiki on Sat, 22nd Aug 2009 6:39 pm 

    This is so perfect! I’m going to ask Grandpa to make this for my daughter this year! One question – how tall is the chair?

  9. Kevin on Thu, 17th Sep 2009 8:57 am 

    The r7.000 on the headrest measurement is confusing me. Does this mean that the highest point of the headrest is 7″ from the bottom of the headrest piece?

  10. Kevin on Thu, 17th Sep 2009 9:00 am 

    Also, did you use wooden dowels to fasten the pieces?

  11. Kevin Davis on Thu, 17th Sep 2009 8:39 pm 

    what does R7.000 mean, at the top of the head piece? where is the center point?
    -thanks.

  12. build on Fri, 18th Sep 2009 8:33 am 

    It refers to the arc at the top, it has a radius of 7 inches. The overall size of the arc will not be critical, just find a size that looks pleasing. I would recommend to find a round disc approximately the right size or use a thin flexible strip of wood or plastic to help draw the line. I hope to post some pictures of the chairs construction soon. Good luck on your project.

  13. build on Fri, 18th Sep 2009 5:39 pm 

    I used pocket screws similar to the ones in the link below on Amazon, but dowels would work well also.
    Kreg R3 Jr. Pocket Hole Jig System

  14. David Young on Fri, 8th Jan 2010 8:53 am 

    Just got done building the High Chair today. It came out great. My daughter can’t wait until she can play with it. Thanks for sharing the plans!

  15. Don Spielvogle on Tue, 11th May 2010 9:58 pm 

    I built one for my granddaugher in Pittssburgh, turned out real nice so nice my granddaughter in Conn. wanted one. They both turned out real nice one yellow and one hot pink.

  16. Ed Fitzpatrick on Tue, 9th Nov 2010 6:37 pm 

    thank you very much for the plans Iam building one for my grandaughter.

  17. Garlan on Sun, 26th Dec 2010 10:33 pm 

    Assembled the chair with “biscuits” & glue. It looked good & granddaughter immediately put it to use with Christmas doll.

    Thanks for providing plan!

  18. Paul Bakeman on Sun, 2nd Jan 2011 7:51 am 

    I this plan is great. Just finished an oak rocking cradle for my daughters new baby and a Pendulum doll cradle for one of one of her 2 girls, and she mentioned a highchair for the other girl, this is perfect, thank you for sharing.

  19. kennie mclaughlin on Fri, 21st Sep 2012 2:59 am 

    would like to know how much wood and what kind to use for this project. also how long the screws are, and where they are screwed. just learning. thanks

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