Woodworker's Journal Adirondack Lawn Chair Plan - Reprint
This photocopy reprint plan appeared in Woodworker's Journal Volume 10, Issue 4, Page 38. Jul/Aug 1986.This is an extremely comfortable chair with large arms well suited to al fresco dining. It's a somewhat low, easy, laid-back chair that's absolutely perfect for poolside and patio use. The construction is downright simple - if you know how to run a band saw you're halfway home. With a good grade of cedar and brass screws, this is potentially a very hot seller at craft and furniture fairs.
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over 3 years ago
1) raise the position of the seat frame on the legs and add extra stock to the back of the seat frame.
2) as well change the angle of the seat back rails that the slats are attached too so that the back is morestraight up and down rather than being so much at an angle
However, the Adirondack templates and plans #49259 does come with templates for some of the more difficult parts and shop drawing for some of the easier ones