Sunday, June 7, 2009

Blanket Crane Tutorial

Some of you have requested a tutorial on making a blanket crane, so I've tried my best to draw a diagram and come up with step by step directions. I want to point out, though, that mine is stationary, it doesn't swing.

I hope these directions make sense and are easy to follow. Please forgive me - sometimes my methods are a little unusual and trying to explain them is kind of hard. I wish I had Linda's (Behind My Red Door) eloquent way with words!

You should be able to click on the pictures and print out the directions for easier reference.

19 comments:

  1. That looks very understandable to me! And thank you for the compliment. I nevet hink of my words as eloquent - just from the heart!! I occasionally worry about my grammar, but I hope it sounds like a conversation between two friends! That is part of what make sblogging so much fun!

    Do you mind if I mention this tutorial in my next post mid week or so?

    hugs, Linda

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  2. Great tutorial, been wanting one of those. Now my husband will have to make one. Just found your site, so putting it in my bookmarks.

    Debbie

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  3. Hi Kris, wonderful toutorial!!!!
    I found you blog from A Primitive Place forum.

    Very, very nice.
    Karen

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  4. Thanks for the tutorial! Now I can make one for my home. Thanks agian for sharing :-D

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  5. Thank you so much for this.....I have been wanting one! This is gonna be the first thing I am gonna make as soon as our workshop is set back up!
    Thanks for all the great stuff you have here! Beth

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  6. My husband probably won't get this done until Christmas...but that's okay, thanks so much for posting this:)
    I'll be adding you to my favs!
    Rondell

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  7. thank you so much for the tutorial I love it..
    Hope you will visit our group at http://aprimitivejourney.proboards.com

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  8. That is just wonderful Kris!....your's turned out absolutely wonderful! Janet

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  9. Kris,

    I love it! Thanks for the tutorial! I'll be passing it along to my hubby! :)

    Have a great evening!
    Tammy

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  10. Thanks for sharing the pattern, I think I will request it, my sweetie loves to work with wood.
    Linda sent me your way.

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  11. Hi Kris,Thanks for following my blog.I luv your blog and have it saved to my favs. Have a great evening and weekend.:0) Sherri

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  12. kris, thats great!! i was wondering how they made those. yours looks great!
    love your blog too!
    kim( from southeast ohio)

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  13. LOVE your tutorials. Thanks so much for sharing them with us!

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  14. Kris, I just wanted to thank you for posting this tut... I used your directions to make my own. I have been wanting one of these for so long and they are just not that easy to find. Thought you might want to see what you inspired me to do. Your directions were very easy.

    Thanks again...

    Hugs, Deb

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  15. Ooh..I love it! Thanks for sharing the instructions!

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  16. Thank you so much for sharing these instructions. Because of your generosity and my husband, I now have a wonderful blanket crane. I will think of you as I enjoy this wonderful addition to my home.

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