The Easiest Chair I Ve Made
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Author's Note: Is anyone actually building the garden gate I've written about a couple of times? If so, let me apologize for not going on to the next steps here.There are tenons to cut, then slats to make and fit, with various water-shedding considerations in every case.
Shortly after I started the gate, three major commissions were confirmed, in addition to some other non-shop work that requires my attention.I've been covered up (to use a good Hoosier expression) seven days a week, unable to take time to work on the gate, which is an unpaid project.
So when I ask whether anyone is waiting for the next installment, I'm serious.If you are, let me know so that I can work some gate building into the next couple of weeks.Just a tiny slice of the variety the chair world comprises.
Clockwise from left top: A wooden studio stool; Voysey two heart chair; early 20th-century craftsman style armchair in oak with rush seat; balloon-back Victorian chair with woven cane seat from an antiques shop in King's Lynn, Cambridgeshire; black metal utility chair; 19th-century (?) English country chair in elm and beech.
Chair making has traditionally been considered a specialty in...