I made one of these two years ago, but I need one more. Of course I didn’t find my original drawing and had to use the old one as a basis for my measures. Now I am posting this here for future reference.
What you need
2 wooden plates of 40 x 40 cm
2 wooden plates of 60 x 40 cm
8 angle backets
I used two plates of 120 x 40 cm. One cut in two parts and one cut in three parts.
Measure out the details from my drawing on both the 60 x 40 plates. Important: one needs to be a mirror of the other one.
Now you can add a lick of paint. And something comfy to make it soft.
I have also added wheels to make it easier for the kids to move it around. No detailed drawings, but you intelligent people manage to make something out of these pictures…?
I understand that the part about the wheels is not much of a tutorial. And there is a mysterious piece of wood in there that is mentioned in the drawing and clearly visible in the pictures of the wheels but not mentioned in the inventory list. The plate that is used to mount the back wheels.
It is a plate that is 40 x 12 cm. It is mounted with the same type of angle brackets that is used on the rest of the chair. Depending on the size of the wheels you intend to use you mount it like indicated in the drawing or adjust a bit up or down.
I have used a set of completely rotating wheels that can be locked if you want the chair to stay in one position.