Accessibility Statement


This project kit includes everything you need to make it yourself, including the hand tools.

This hook and ring game may look simple enough, but this project provides you with the opportunity to learn two key woodworking skills: sharpening and joinery, both of which involve a certain level of patience. You will begin by learning how to sharpen a chisel to a utility edge. Afterwards, you will learn how to mark and cut half-lap joints for the base and arms, as well as make dowel joints to connect the base and arms to the post. You can then use the milk paint as you wish before assembling the hardware components. Before you know it, you will be playing this fun and addictively competitive game that requires no electricity or batteries.

Suitable for adults, beginner to intermediate, as well as for children 14 years and older when supervised by an adult. This project takes approximately 6 to 11 hours to complete, divided over 3 days, plus drying time for the glue and paint.

Components of the kit are listed under the Specifications tab.

You will also have access to the step-by-step video and a downloadable copy of the instructions.

Available while quantities last.


Contents of Hook & Ring Game Kit

3 pieces of clear pine, 18" × 1 1/4" × 1 1/4"

2 pieces of clear pine, 12" × 3 1/2" × 1"

1 Baltic birch plywood block, 8" × 3" × 3/4" thick

1 dowel rod, 12" long × 3/4" diameter

2 dowel pins, 2" long × 3/8" diameter

3/4" Narex chisel

3/4" spade bit

3/8" drill bit

2 C-clamps

1 vise-type honing guide

2 sheets of lapping film, 8 1/2" × 11" (9 micron and 3 micron)

1 pencil

6" steel square

12" ruler

1 general-purpose razor saw

2002 GF glue, 250ml (8.5 fl oz)

Rattail cord, 2 yards

4 rings

4 cup hooks

4 screw eyes

3 sanding sponges (120x, 180x and 220x)

2 foam brushes, 2"

Milk paint, Federal blue, 2 oz

Cotton rag

Vinyl gloves

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