Mission Style When Playing A Relaxing Game Of Pool It S Nice To Have A Comfortable Chair To Sit In As You Watch Your Opponent And Prepare Your Next Shot It S Especially Nice If That Chair Offers You A Place To Rest Your Cue And Set Your Drink
Mission style when playing a relaxing game of pool it s nice to have a comfortable chair to sit in as you watch your opponent and prepare your next shot it s especially nice if that chair offers you a place to rest your cue and set your drink is article about Magazine bookmarked by steve with ID 13021555433 was uploaded on 01-03-2019 and has been viewed 44,018 times.
Spectator Chair This 'mission style' spectator chair uses plain, flat sawn ash, but any type of hardwood or softwood could be used with equal success.The chair features 'stopped' and 'through' mortise and tenon joints.
Notice how the back legs extend up to support the backrest.The slight bend in the legs offer more comfort than a straight back.This chair has a scroll sawn accent (or decorative applique) on the back rest, but it also looks nice plain.
The chair's seat and backrest are made from leather, but use any fabric to match your room.The mortise & tenon joints are secured using countersunk screws with matching plugs to pin the tenons.All mortises are 1/2" wide.
All stopped mortises are 1/2" deep.The tenons are 1/2" narrower than the rails.The legs are 2" square rough stock, planed to 1 3/4" square.All other parts are from 1" rough stock, planed to 3/4".That way you can use already planed 3/4" stock from retail stores.
The first parts to cut are the legs.When cut, sand to smooth but not to finished.The layout of the mortise locations is very important, so separate the front from the back legs.Then clamp each set together so...