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This is the Adirondack chair that I built from your plans, using scrap lumber.
The plans work great. Thanks for posting them.
My next chairs will be with new lumber using the pattern I made from the first chair.
David    See photo
Dear BuildEazy,
Here's my Adirondack Chair, I substituted 6 x 2's for the arms and I used tannalised timber throughout. Thanks for a super plan BuildEazy, I'm starting another one next week!!!
Mark,    See photo
I have made a few minor changes to the plan, but the original plan was very good.
I was not able to find any step by step instructions on how to assemble the chair once all of the pieces were cut.... Click here to read more and see photos
Rob Stevenson (Comox, British Columbia, Canada)

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I searched the web and viewed many different styles of Adirondack chairs, yours however was most like the chairs that I remember from years ago at a family lake house.
I used several pieces of 1x12x12 cedar that I had in storage....... Click here to read more and see photos
Kevin & Valerie Cowan   Upstate South Carolina
Hello, This was my first major project for me. I would like to thank you for your plans that I found very helpful. My chair has a plaque on the upper back brace which reads"Made in Canada by Grampa D" -2008
We're expecting our first Grandchild this year in August. It will be very comfy holding the baby.

Thank You Larry D. Ontario,Canada. Click here to see photo
Hi, Thank you for the wonderful plans. I really enjoy making the Adirondack chairs. I make them with pressure treated wood for legs and bottom and with pine for rest, I have made for 14 so far and give them to friends and family as gifts.
Bob Letendre, Swansea MA More and photo  >>>