Plans for these are pretty rare, and have probably never been discussed
on this NG before. You might try this link though:
The upcoming issue of Woodcraft magazine contains an article about
building what looks like the Adirondack chair from the New Yankee
Workshop. It's a very popular and very comfortable design.
If you are fairly new here you will find that every time you ask a
question, someone will jump your case because you haven't done a
Google search. Don't let them get you down; ask anyway.
Well, thanks for the tip about the upcoming plans... And I am new
here (howdja guess... lol) but I've Googled 'em and went through I
think the first four search pages. Found plenty of plans, all
starting about $15.95 THANKS for the reply!
Fri, May 11, 2007, 3:29pm From: email@example.com (Cal)
Well, thanks for the tip about the upcoming plans... And I am new here
(howdja guess... lol) but I've Googled 'em and went through I think the
first four search pages. Found plenty of plans, all starting about
$15.95 THANKS for the reply!
Oh, horse hockey. There's plenty of free aderonak chair plans out
there. If nothing else put FREE in your search phrase. You gave up
after only four pages? Sissy. And easy to tell you're new, you started
out by asking for something.
What is life without challenge and a constant stream of new
- Peter Egan
Better yet build "Jakes Chair"
It is an improvement on the Adirondack Chair and the plans are FREE.
Try google for jakes chair
This is one of several hits
I have some sites linked from my woodworking links page:
look under the outdoor furniture section.
I havn't played around with this for a while... one of these days
I'll stick them in a database and make it a little easier to submit/maintain.
right now, it's little more than a list of links.
Just on the border of your waking mind, There lies - Another time,
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