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Building an Adirondack Chair Part 1

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Building an Adirondack Chair Part 1

This Classic Project Plan, brought back and updated from Woodworker’s Journal’s archives, makes a perfect complement to any yard. It’s fun and easy to build for woodworkers of all skill levels.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Hola Amigo . ..tienes planos de la silla adirondack RECLINABLE..??
    GRACIAS….. saludos desde Veracruz México

  2. I've thought of building one (or more) of these for a long time, but never seem to get around to it because I know from experience, if I sit in one, I'll never get up again. And not because of comfort. I'm 6'4" and about 3/4 of a century old. These are just too low to the ground and the angles are impossible for someone like me. I've never come up with a "fix" I believe has a serious chance of working. Any suggestions?

  3. Could you please tell me why the Front Stretcher is 20" long and the back stretcher is 18.5" long?  Shouldn't these two stretchers be the same length?  Thanks for any responses.

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