U-Bild 55 Adirondack Chair Project Plan


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U-Bild 55 Adirondack Chair Project Plan

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Characterized by distinctive good looks, built-in comfort and rock-solid durability, Adirondack chairs are as American as apple pie. A perennial favorite from California to Maine (and all points in-between), this classic design is named for the region in upstate New York where it originated. Unfortunately, Adirondack chairs also tend to be pretty expensive. If you’re a woodworker, however, there’s no reason to pay high prices. The simplicity of the design makes it easy (not to mention inexpensive) to build yourself. The chair pictured here is built from standard pine and fir lumber, requires no special tools and is easy enough for most woodworkers. Using full-size patterns, simply trace the pieces onto wood, cut out and sand. Next, assemble everything using brass or plated carriage bolts and wood screws. To finish, add a coat of paint, stain, whitewash or sealer. The chair measures about 36 inches tall by 24 inches wide by 36 inches deep. About U-Bild plans: U-Bild plans are ideal for woodworkers and do-it-yourselfers of all skill levels. Unique “trace, saw and assemble” designs feature simple-to-follow patterns (like sewing patterns) that produce professional-looking results.Detailed step-by-step instructions
Full-size traceable patterns (where needed)
In-progress photos and exploded diagrams
Complete materials lists and cutting schedules