- Take 2 Rubber Bands and without twisting, loop them around the red end and slide down the catapult arm.
- Give one simple twist, twisting both Rubber Bands together.
- Feed them between the two round pieces (the joint of the catapult arm and the arm stopper). Sometimes this can be a little tight.
- Lift the toy up so the bottom release lever hangs freely. Feed the rubber bands through the space between the lower round piece and the release lever.
How to instructions for products that take some assembly
The knitting fork creates a lanyard of interwoven loops, just like the knitting created with a tower or two needles. You will create loops around the tines of the knitting fork and then “jump” the lower loops over the upper loops. The set-up of the yarn is the trickiest part, just as casting onto needles the first time can be challenging.
- Thread your knitting fork with your ball of yarn below the fork, pulling the end of the yarn upward,
The balance scale is assembled by inserting the bolt from the front. The twist-adjuster is the front of the balance beam.
The bead goes between the balance beam and the upright piece and is held in place by the same bolt.
Insert the bolt so that the arm can still move freely side to side, but it is stable front to back.
We are very happy to have this beautiful German rocking horse. We have finally found one that ships flat which makes it possible for us to import it. That does mean some assembly is required. This post is to guide you through assembly and we hope it helps make the experience easier.
- 1 Allen key (included)
- 2 Phillips screwdrivers (you can get away with one, but two will make tightening easier)
- 1 mallet or hammer (be gentle if you