|Project by jeremy||posted 01-29-2008 05:06 PM||1975 views||2 times favorited||11 comments|
Here is my first attempt at an Adirondack style rustic loveseat. In my oppinion it’s alot harder than working with straight, square lumber. My family has a camp in the Adirondack’s (NY), and one day I found a nice freshly fallen white birch. So I cut it up into roughly 8’ segments and let it dry for a year. The whole thing took me about 3 weekends. The joinery is mortise and tenon. The tenons are made with an attachment that goes on a drill. The seat and back are pine with a few coats of poly for a finish. It’s actually pretty comfortable.
-- Jeremy, Saratoga, NY