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Step-by-Step Elegant Chair Woodworking Plan

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Combining elements from Federal, Chippendale, Early American, and Arts and Crafts, Master Furniture maker Tom McLaughlin designed this chair for WOOD magazine readers to be elegant without sacrificing comfort. Templates help you easily make the curved parts, and you can cut all the joints with a tablesaw, bandsaw, and mortise or drill press. When it's all done, fashion a comfy seat using our proven, easy-to-do technique.

Overall Dimensions: 20" wide by 20" deep by 40" high.

Featured in
WOOD Issue 204, May 2011

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