Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Arts and Crafts Morris Chair
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Believed to have originated with William Morris, father of the English Arts and Crafts movement, the so-called Morris chair combines comfort with simply stated good looks. True to form, you can...
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Believed to have originated with William Morris, father of the English Arts and Crafts movement, the so-called Morris chair combines comfort with simply stated good looks. True to form, you can build this version featuring loose cushions, curved arms, and an adjustable back. You'll even learn how to make the cushions.
- Measures 34-1/4in. wide, 29-1/2in. deep, 42-1/4in. tall.
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- This plan was built and proven in the WOOD magazine shop by its editors and master craftsmen.
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Morris Chair Plans
I made a chair and ottoman from the plans. I found the plans and directions to be easy to follow, but there were a few dimensional typos. If you're careful, they will be easy to spot. Also, if the plans are followed, my opinion is that the end product will be too low for a comfortable sit. I lengthened the legs at the bottom by 2 1/2" and that gave me a good seating height.
Understand the plans before starting
There are several areas in the plans where mistakes can be easily made These areas need additional clarrification