Not much happening here. Just needed to make the top and bottom rails for the back of the chair.
They will surround the upholstered back like this chair. It’s the closest thing I could find the the upholstery method I will be using.
The seat and back will be very similar.
It’s the same process as I used on the aprons, just very simple. Make the shoulder cuts and then the tenoning jig to make the cheek cuts.
Here is the stack of lower rails.
And here is a picture showing the lower rail installed.
Making the top rail is the exact same process so I won’t bore you with it.
Next time I will add a rabbet all around the inside of the back to receive the upholstered back.
-- Gary - Never pass up the opportunity to make a mistake look like you planned it that way - Tyler, TX