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Quilting Ladder

My daughter, Kayleigh, makes quilts. Predominantly for cots and children's beds. She wanted a ladder rack to display and store the quilts upon.

Knowing that I was part of the RWB Shed she decided 'Dad can build me one!'. She provided some appropriate measurements and told me that it needed to be made from 'nice timber'. Meaning that it couldn't be made from pallets! How very dare she!!

So, with some help from Phil in his workshop, we set out timber requirements and sizes and proceeded to prepare and assemble the structure. It is constructed using Red Cedar.

The picture shows the finished result and I'm pleased to say that my daughter is delighted with it.

The RWB Shed Quilting Ladder