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Adirondack Chair Plans

Adirondack Chair & Footstool Plans

In association with WOOD Store, here are two projects that let you spend a lot more time relaxing than building. This duo is both sturdy and supremely comfortable.

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USPS Mail Direct Mail-Direct: Printed plans are mailed via USPS and typically arrive within 7-10 days.

▸ Also see: Adirondack Chair w/ Pull-out Footrest

❈ About the adirondack chair:

adirondack chairAn Adirondack chair (or in some parts of Canada, a Muskoka chair) is a type of chair used primarily in an outdoors setting. The precursor to today's Adirondack chair was designed by Thomas Lee in 1903. He was on vacation in Westport, New York and needed outdoor chairs for his summer home. He tested the first designs on his family. The original Adirondack chair was made with eleven pieces of wood, cut from a single board. It had a straight back and seat, which were set at a slant to sit better on the steep mountain inclines of the area. It also featured wide armrests which became a hallmark of the Adirondack Chair.

Classic Adirondack Chair Plan + 27 min. DVD

In association with Rockler.com, make a pair of classic Adirondack chairs in adult and child sizes in one weekend! It's simple with this easy-to-follow plan.

Adirondack Chair Plan & Video Includes step-by-step instructional DVD, full-size cardboard templates for both chairs that can be used again and again, and written instructions/detailed part list.

• Chairs have curved back and seat
• Adult chair: 29" W x 38" H x 36" L
• Child chair is 22" W x 30" H x 26" L

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