A chair can be a challenging
piece of furniture to build. The angled mortise and tenon joinery
demands more patience than most other woodworking projects you might
encounter. However, with some help from the Woodsmith shop,
I think you'll find the end result well worth the investment.
We'll take you step by step through the entire process, with special
techniques that include how to make a special router table jig for
cutting perfect angled mortises in the chair frame. Plus, tips for
fitting the rockers and upholstering the seat.
overall dimensions of the Rocking Chair are 25" wide x 38" deep x
42" high. This project was originally published in Woodsmith No.
WHAT YOU GET.The
Rocking Chair project plan is a nine-page, 1-megabyte pdf file. It
includes complete, step-by-step instructions, 34 detailed drawings,
a materials list and a cutting diagram.
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