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My first Adirondack chair

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My third wood project. lots of little things wrong with it. just started my second chair which I rounded out the armrests with my router. Best part is I still have all my digits.





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whitebeast88

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#1 posted 581 days ago

nice looking chair.its always a good thing to finish a project with all your digits.welcome to lumberjocks.

-- Marty.Athens,AL

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TuckerFan

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#2 posted 581 days ago

You’ll love the people, advice, and the courtesy extended to you on this site. As a novice woodworker myself…it’s great. Your Adirondack chair looks very well done! I am (slowly) working on one myself. If one learns by making mistakes, I should be a genius. Congratulations!

-- I...I..have a...a...wood problem

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StephenSchaad

201 posts in 679 days


#3 posted 580 days ago

What kind of lumber? It looks like a fancy adirondack chair! lol Nice work!

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BigheadRob

4 posts in 585 days


#4 posted 580 days ago

Steve its red cedar. It has a nice smell to it when cutting and sanding. Even my shop vac smells good now.

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davidroberts

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#5 posted 580 days ago

wood mistakes are much easier to fix than tissue, tendons, ligament, nerve and bone mistakes. nice looking chair.

-- God is Great, Wood is Good. nuff said.

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Dave Rutan

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#6 posted 580 days ago

We learn with each project.

-- Ni faru ion el ligno!

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