|Project by Eric Criss||posted 570 days ago||1126 views||1 time favorited||5 comments|
Here’s an Adirondack chair I’ve been building between other projects over winter. Its made from all cedar. I was selective and cut around all knotholes. The pieces are secured with glue and stainless steel fasteners. To top it off it has (4) coats of spar varnish applied with my HVLP. This is a NYWS plan. In the second photo the new chair joins my old chair made from AC2 lumber. I much prefer the cedar. It’s now ready for my wife to read beside the garden.