Adirondack Chair 3

Adirondack Chair 3 Woodworking Plan

The Adirondack chair originated at the camps and resorts of New York’s Adirondack mountains during the late 1800s. It was the solution to adding a little comfort while in the wilderness, and has become an outdoor classic.

This version, like its forebears, is designed for maximum comfort with a deep seat, spacious arms and a slanted back. When you want to take a nap, just pull up the matching footrest. When summer’s gone, you can fold up both the chair and footrest for easy moving and storage. Part of the beauty of this chair is its simple construction. You’ll gain experience with cutting curves using a jigsaw or band saw and with precision assembly by making sure that the seat and back slats are identically spaced apart.

Skill Level: Intermediate.

This 8-page pdf project plan from Miniwax, is well laid out, with a Shopping List, list of Tools Required, a Cutting List, step-by-step directions and some nice line diagrams to help you along.

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