Later that night; I decided to google DIY Sit N Spin, and I came across this video. It seems easy enough. so I searched on Amazon and found this 300 lbs capacity Lazy Susan turntable that should be perfect for the base.
Here is a DIY Sit N Spin for those that are looking for a simple wood working project for your child, grandchild or those that just want to relive a little bit of their youth. That’s how I found this project; I was discussing with a friend about what our favorite childhood toys were. We both mentioned how much we loved the Sit N Spin and we would buy one in a heartbeat if they made an adult size.
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This is a childhood favorite Sit n Spin is really great fun for children the whriling and trilling is upto them. As they safely spin, they will learn about balance, speed and control. Age 16 months plus
I thought on the old sit and spin, you actually spun the top around and it made the bottom turn. On the new ones – you can’t turn the top, you have to swivel the bottom instead…Am I wrong on that??