I wasn't trying to save money particularly -- I'm not that much of a
cheapskate :-) I'm quite prepared to buy a set of plans if I can find
what I am looking for.
But I hadn't, at the time, seen any designs or plans that are anything
like approaching what I was looking for whether for sale or otherwise.
I have now seen a Monk's Chair for sale in a local store which is the sort
of design I had been searching for. So I have measured it up (on the
pretext that I was checking its size to see if it would fit). It's not
exactly what I had in mind but the proportions are perfect and I now have
all the dimensions I need to make a set of working drawings which I can
adapt to suit my own ideas.
Many thanks for all the help from everyone in this excellent newsgroup.
I'm not sure what you are asking, but if it is can you save a little money
by using plans someone else has paid for, then you should go to another
newsgroup. Compared to the price of wood and supplies, as well as your
valuable time in making the subject item, the price of a plan is
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