|Project by Canadian Woodworks||posted 05-09-2010 04:13 PM||2424 views||10 times favorited||8 comments|
Here are 4 Adirondack chairs we made for a customer, they were stained with japanese maple then with jacobean then assembled.
These are 1’’ Eastern white cedar cut by my brother who runs a band mill and a logging operation locally, it’s nice to drive next door pick up a lift of cedar with a bobcat and drive it to the shop door!
That my dog Ark! He’s a mastiff with a nice book match brindle…..lol
The last picture is at the customers place where the chairs will enjoy many years of sitting
I typically just use the gold deck screws but decided to use dark green screws but from my experience screws that have the colour added suck! You know why because that little bit of colour makes it so a bit does not fit the screws very well….. just something I hate but really not that big a deal just have to pay more attention when putting in the screws.
-- Paul Lemiski, Ontario Canada, Custom Wooden Rocking chairs and tables http://www.canadianwoodworks.com