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Project by JCMeyersIV posted 424 days ago 1027 views 4 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Adirondack chairs, ottomans, and a table. I chose to make most of them out of pine because of price. I also offer cedar, cypress, and douglas fir. The pine ones i generally paint with a high quality house paint or some really nice ben moore decking solid stain i have kicking around.

-- John, NNY, www.facebook.com/JC4Woodworking





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JustJoe

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#1 posted 424 days ago

The outer ones look pretty comfy. Do you freehand the curved legs on the bandsaw or do you have some sort of jig set up?

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#2 posted 424 days ago

I have templates i made up after i designed my first one so but i just trace the outline and cut them on my bandsaw. So there is a degree of freehand. I use double side tape two keep the two legs together so theyre the same shape and uniform.

-- John, NNY, www.facebook.com/JC4Woodworking

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JustJoe

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#3 posted 424 days ago

Thanks – that’s another tip I’m filing away.

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#4 posted 424 days ago

Yeah i do the same with the ottomans. Anything really that involves two pieces with curves needing to be eactly the same i pin nail or tape them together. It makes everything look a lot better, but mostly theres no wobble or weird angles.

-- John, NNY, www.facebook.com/JC4Woodworking

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#5 posted 420 days ago

They look fantastic and comfortable especially the chairs. Great design and great job!

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