Googling "folding chair plans -adirondack" got 240,000 hits. Looking
through the first 20 there were plans for at least a half a dozen
different designs in styles ranging from Chippendale to modern, in all
wood and wood-and-canvas, with and without arms.
Now that's how to ask a question. Unfortunately I don't have an
answer. Do you have access to that particular chair? If so and if it
were me doing it I'd just take dimensions off it and use mortise and
tenon joints where there weren't hinges or pivots.
It,s a nice folding chair - I will be looking at some different styles
tho. I saw some at the local 'depot and might buy one as a "plan"
when money is available as the best one is $100+ teak from Indonesia.
Keep looking. - Snog
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