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Adirondack chair plans. 42 pages - $5.00 USD
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Plans and instructions for 'How to build an Adirondack chair'.
The downloadable PDF file is written in both standard (inch) measurements and metric (mm).
The file contains 42 pages of plans, drawings, photos, and instructions.
These plans and instructions were originally written specifically for a young woman for her first ever woodworking project.
This is an easy-to-build Adirondack chair designed specifically for a less than experienced woodworker.
It can be built with a minimum of tools.
A circular power saw, a jig saw, and a power drill/driver is all that is needed in the cutting and screwing department, although a drop saw (aka chop saw, miter saw) and bench saw would most certainly make the project a little easier.
The chair is a low, laid back chair, and is very comfortable to sit in.
This project is made using mostly 1x6 (150mm x 25mm) stock.