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Adirondack Table & Footstool - Downloadable Plan

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  • You’ve made an Adirondack chair and would like to complement it with a matching table and footstool. Well, you're in luck. Working from Woodcraft Magazine’s Adirondack chair plan, I designed the easy-to-build pieces shown here. Using 3⁄4ʺ-thick milled cedar, I’ll show you how to make...

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    You’ve made an Adirondack chair and would like to complement it with a matching table and footstool. Well, you're in luck. Working from Woodcraft Magazine’s Adirondack chair plan, I designed the easy-to-build pieces shown here. Using 3⁄4ʺ-thick milled cedar, I’ll show you how to make the table first, and then the footstool.

    You will be able to download the pdf file from the Thank You page or from the Downloadable Product Email once your order is placed.

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