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One of my favorite pieces. I love the fact that for around $40 in pine I can build a comfortable Morris chair for use outside. It’s a happy thing.
-- David Thiel, Cincinnati, PW Books
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#1 posted 04-05-2011 07:05 PM
I love Morris chairs and that looks like a fine one.
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#2 posted 04-05-2011 07:26 PM
Hello and welcome with your projects ( 448 days and a lot of projects this day !!!)
I love this design
Can you add some pictures of your beautiful work ?
Thanks for sharing
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#3 posted 04-05-2011 08:26 PM
NOW THIS IS COOL!
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#4 posted 04-06-2011 03:38 AM
where did you get the plan for your chair. I’ve been thinking about an adirondak chair but the morris chair seems like something a bit more “original” or not like everyone else’s chairs. Nice work.
#5 posted 04-06-2011 12:02 PM
Greengarage- he got the plans for this chair out of his new book that he publishes through PWW. Look to his blog for more information. I agree that this outdoor Morris chair outshines the traditional clunky Adirondack chairs. :)
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#6 posted 04-06-2011 09:02 PM
You just sold one of your books come payday. I need two chairs to put around our fire pit outside and if they are $40.00 I can mess up two or three learning how to make them!
The fire pit is where disasters from the lathe go to die, may have to add lawn chair mistakes too!
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#7 posted 04-29-2011 02:26 AM
I am building two of these chairs from your book this weekend. I really enjoy your book. It’s well written.
One thing, if I want to put cushions on the chair. how thick can they be?
-- Doug - When all you own is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
#8 posted 04-29-2011 01:26 PM
Doug, thank you, and they do work better in pairs! :0)There aren’t an serious concerns about thickness for the cushions (hard to make them too thick). The back of the chair is so tall that you won’t lose your headrest. I’d look for something about 2”-3”. Enjoy them!
#9 posted 05-02-2011 12:41 AM
I’m putting this chair together and I think there’s a typo on p 95. The side support template shows the scale as 1 grid = 1 inch which matches the material, but the dimensions don’t match the scale of the grid. I think I need to just ignore the dimensions, but wanted to be sure.
I am BLOGging my experience building the chair in case you wanted to check it out.
#10 posted 05-02-2011 12:48 PM
Yep, you’re right. Never any fun to be proven human. The dimensions on the “shape” are the thing that’s incorrect, the grid is correct. So the 5-1/2” at the bottom of the page should be 3-1/2”, and the 3-1/2” at the top of the page should be around 2”. The 19-1/2” is accurate. Glad you caught it, and sorry I didn’t. I’ll check out your blog, thanks!
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