DIY Chunky Blanket Ladder for Under $15

DIY Chunky Blanket Ladder

Hi Everyone, I apologize for my absence over the last while, life just got a bit crazy.  However, the good news is I am back and have a bunch of awesome builds that I have been working on for you to check out! So, expect a new project post every other Wednesday! To get started here is a quick and easy yet attractive piece for your home that will make it a bit more cozy. A Rustic Chunky Blanket Ladder for under $15. 

I built this just before Christmas since I was tired of having the excessive amount of blankets we have lying around, and being messed up daily by one of the dogs. It turned out great and at Christmas dinner my sister-in-law decided she wanted me to build her one too!

So have fun & Happy Building!




Make sure you read through the instructions and look over the plans fully before you start your project. Check out the “Before You Start” page for more on tool information, tips & tricks. Always stay safe and wear all safety protection. It is always best to make your cuts as you go and as they say, measure twice and cut once.

If you have any questions just ask away!

Shopping List

2 - 2" x 4" x 8'

1 - 2" x 6" x 8'


Cut List

2 - 2" x 4" @ 66" - SIDES 

4 - 2" x 6" @ 17" - WRUNG 

Tools Needed


Tape Measure 




Circular Saw 




Kreg Jig 






Shop Towels




Safety Glasses 


Ear Plugs 


Cut the boards to size and give them a good sand. Sanding now will make it easier to finish once the Blanket Ladder has been built.


After you have sanded, drill 2 pocket holes on each end of the 2" x 6" @ 17" boards..


Attach the 2" x 6" pieces, using 2 1/2" pocket screws, to one of the 2" x 4" boards. Use the following measurements:

  1. The WRUNGS are angled so that the opposite corners are flush with opposite edges of the SIDES. This will make the WRUNGS at a 45 angle to the SIDES
  2. The top WRUNG is 3" away from the top of the SIDES 
  3. Each WRUNG is12" apart from eachother


Attach the other SIDE in the same way. 


Finish as desired using wood filler, stain & Polyurethane 



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