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We’ve written about woodworking showcase blog LumberJocks before (see Getting Serious With Sycamore), and today we’ll do it again, as one of their bloggers has allowed Schutte Lumber to play a starring role in providing shelter for their baby–lumber for the crib!

Writes Mark DeSchepper: “Like all proud woodworkers we share in the joy of our projects…This project takes on that special joy as my wife and I are happily expecting our first this June…I spent many hours searching high and low for plans for that perfect crib. I knew I wanted a sleigh style crib, and the material would be obvious, solid cherry the entire way.”

Here’s the plan below:


He continues “The next stop was obvious, I can’t possibly begin to make until the trip to the local lumber store was made. Living in KC, Schutte Lumber is a great and friendly place to get lumber for projects…The other main reason was the need for 8/4 rough stock so I could resaw into the required 1 1/2 inch thick stock for the 4 main legs. The top shelf of my lumber rack is the cherry that will eventually become my son’s new sleeping quarters.”

A sneak peek into his “shop”in the garage, below:


Thanks for the shout-out, Mark, and best of luck with the crib. To read more about his plans, check out “Baby Steps“.

To the rest of you Weekend Warriors: What projects can we be of assistance with?

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