Woodsmith magazine has excellent plans. I built one from their plans 18 years ago and it has served faithfully for 6 grandchildren.
One of the nice features was the cradle came off the pedestal and the pedestal then broke down into pieces that would fit inside the cradle for storage.
The cradle was suspended from the pedestal and swing but there were locks to lock it into a fixed position so Mom could tend to the baby without swing all around.
I built mine from cherry using the Woodsmith plans and sources listed. I think Woodsmith had a package which included the dowels, spindles, brass caps for the locking pins, and plans. Everything except wood. You could get the dowels and spindles in cherry oak or maple if I recall. But the plans alone include sources and I think Woodsmith does insure that the source list remains current.
You can find Woodsmith by doing a google.com search on Woodsmith and then going into their archives.
I also built their rocking horse that has also held up to 6 kids and many friends visiting. We keep it in our spare room and when ever friends come with children we know sooner or later they will be on the horse. Again the Woodsmith plans came with source for glass eyes, leather for saddle and reins, along with metal rings for the halter. At the time they sold a package that included everything except wood for $49 , that was plans, eyes, leather, metal rings, yarn for mane and tail. The plans were even full size for the rockers so they were easily traced and cut on the SS bandsaw. The horse is built 3 dimemsional in that wood peices of different thicknesses make up the body, shoulder and legs.
Ours is made from spruce and the wood I used for the head which is three thicknesses wide remained light except the center piece which turned dark. Naturally the horses name is Stripe.