Adirondack loveseat made with douglas fir and cherry
This project was made for the outgoing commanding officer of a naval installation. The plans were downloaded from the internet and the hardware was purchased from Rockler. The Douglas Fir started out as 2x10 stock that was ripped down to 3 1/2". I used a plug cutter to make cherry plugs for the seat slats and arms. The structural pieces were joined with biscuits and a few strategically placed pocket holes. I used Gorilla wood glue and put three coats of spar urethane for the final finish.
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- 03/08/2013 See more...