Published at Wednesday, October 10th 2018. by Lynette Wilson in Blanket.
I have to build ever my wife ones and while we're a little late this month because of scheduling it's time to pay the piper, so today I'll be building a a blanket ladder, a ladder for blankets, okay, let's do it.The nominal dimensions of this board are one and a quarter by four by eight feet. I'll always be honest with you, and it's actually only one three. Sixteen three and a half by eight set, your miter, saw up to 18 degrees and we're going to cut about 3/4 of an inch off of the end of each board place. You recently cut board on top the second board and we're going to use this as a guide for next cut once each end is flush. Make your mark next up we're going to grab two by twos and cut them down to 17 and 7/8 of an inch.
I'm using scrap wood from a failed console table build, but if you don't have any failure scraps, you can buy two by twos just about anywhere oh and they're, actually an inch and a half by an inch and a half. Now you know, set your crack jig to accommodate 3/4 of material and we're going to use the B and the C slots on the jig to make two holes right next to each other. Each rung is going to place ten and three quarters of an inch apart, because the rungs are an inch and a half thick. I'm going to make a mark at ten and three quarters threw in another mark at twelve in one quarter to accommodate for that width. Then I'm just going to follow it all the way down and board.
The bottom rung is going to be more like ten and five-eighths off of the bottom plank, but that's okay, Rachel will never know using a combination square. I'm just going to carry over my marks. The width of the board and then I'm going to mark the center of the board, I'm going to line that up with the center of the rung. This way, when I go to put the rum in place, I know exactly more needs to do we're going to do the same thing for the runs we're going to mark out the center line. That way we can line up our to Center lines.
I've gone gears without using this Craig right angle, clamp, but I always look at it going to go to the store and then I look at the price side, I'm like screw that not a get it today. My last project, whenever I would glue something up, the piece would slip off of my mark and it drove me absolutely insane, so I decided I'm a get it and I'm give it a go grab an inch and a quarter pocket screws would glue Your pocket hole drill bit and get to it. It worked like a dream, no slippage and I've happening. I'm just going to make my way down the line and do all six of the rocks. I don't know how I missed a mark there.
I clearly marked it out, whatever shut up, Rachel will never know glue the top of the rungs, I'm going to flip it over and secure it to the bottom plank. I'm using a couple of my extra long clamps to squeeze it together. I can't find anything ever and when you know it was on my workbench, all along use a wet rag to wipe off any excess glue. Stain doesn't really take to the glue you can paint over glue, but you know I feel so lazy.
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