|Project by darryl||posted 01-14-2007 07:43 PM||2040 views||3 times favorited||8 comments|
ok, so I was looking at my sad little list of projects posted and figured it’s my turn to stick something up here again.
My father renews my subscription to the Family Handyman each year. One of the earlier editions came with an article on building Adorondack chairs. Here are a couple versions of them.
The first one I made was constructed with the cut-offs of the Douglas Fir that my brother-in-law was using for the flooring on his front porch.
The second is made of white oak that was given to my brother-in-law as a house warming gift shortly after he completed his house and moved in. It’s sitting on the porch that supplied the materials for the first chair.
The third picture is the chairs I built and donated to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims. These are the chairs that were in the works and had to be rescued from the flooding that we suffered in New Hampshire back in October of 2005.