by Les Miller
clean-lined design of a child’s push truck has been modified for batch production.
You can make one or dozens.
by Les Miller
wheels and a flexible spine give this crocodile a wobbling gait that is sure to
delight the child pulling it along.
by Derek Thomas
A simple compact Australian house that can be built in a weekend or made much
more ornate, as desired.
Century Naval Cannon
by Bob Allison
900mm long and 500mm high this wooden cannon is designed to impress.
by Alan Bernard
your own ‘transforming’ truck with this wooden vehicle. It has three interchangeable
bodies — tray top, van and tanker — or you can add your own variants.
Build a fighter plane or a whole squadron
for the future pilot in your family.
House Furniture —
with Bench Seats
Scrollsaw your way to a delightful collection
of dolls’ furniture.
The navy used wooden versions of this
popular bar room game and you can make one in an afternoon.
by Gordon Brook
attractive and practical design for a timeless toy.
hidden cam is the secret to the moving head on this interesting toy.
by Arnold Beckerman
wooden version of a popular game provides greater stability and durability.
Past, Present and Future
by John Ross
With his background in antique toys, John looks at heirlooms and collectibles
of the past and the lessons they offer for the toys we make today.
Wheels for Toys
Wheels are often the most difficult part
of a toy to make, but there are options — ready-made or made in the workshop with
a wheel cutter, holesaw or bandsaw.
Horses in Australia
by Viktoria and Chris Woolcock
guide to Australian rocking horses and their history.
Elizabethan Manor House - Ray Hill
Buffalo Fire Truck
- Ron Bradley
Toy vehicles - D W MacLaughlin
Toy-Maker’s Dream Workshop
Rocking Horse Classes