The "Plans" consist of three items which are purchased separately.
This book can be purchased on Amazon.com for about ten dollars but the photos are not high resolution in the Kindle format due to the size constraints and there is no table of contents.
The book is loaded with high resolution full color photos that can be zoomed quite easily. You can read the first chapter of the book which talks about how much lumber and initial layout of all the parts by clicking on "Chapter 1 of book" above.
The Full Templates consists of full sized paper templates for the three basic sizes of rocking chairs. This includes the basic chair parts, gluing forms and templates.
In addition I have:
Child's template set
Petite rocker template (folks under 5' tall)
Xtra large for folks over 6' 6"
XX large for folks 7' and up.
So there are eight different sizes available!
Some years ago I made some modifications to the flexible back braces in my rocking chairs which required seat holes for the back braces which were more rectangular than round. In order for my students to create these holes in their own shop without a CNC I created this plywood template. Using this template builders can mill exactly the same holes that I do with my CNC.
With these three items the building of this chair is fairly easy. I also have a ten hour, three DVD set showing the construction of a rocking chair from start to finish. The DVD is NOT a requirement but everybody that has bought it over the years really enjoys it
10 Hour DVD showing complete chair making process
In addition to the three items above I have a 10 hour, 3 DVD set that shows the entire process from rough wood straight from the lumber yard to applying the finish to a beautiful walnut rocking chair. It is not a requirement but those who have purchased it tell me that they really enjoyed it and that it made many of the operations easier to understand.
A few of the many chairs made from the plans (most likely in the thousands now).