American Furniture Design - Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build California West Arm Chair, AFD421
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This California West Arm Chair will be a stunning addition to your home. It's a contemporary rendition of the award winning Bow Arm Chair (plan sold separately, item #412897). The back features...
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This California West Arm Chair will be a stunning addition to your home. It's a contemporary rendition of the award winning Bow Arm Chair (plan sold separately, item #412897). The back features five position adjustment. Full-size plan includes instructions and over 25 photos showing how to build this beautiful chair. This plan is printed on two 36" x 48" bond sheets that assure easy layout.
- Size: 40" H x 36" W x 42" D
- Skill level: Intermediate
- MATERIALS NOT INCLUDED; PROJECT PLAN ONLY.
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This plan must have be updated as I followed the direction booklet and the legs were perfect and the jig for making the arms worked great. Very nice chair when done.
Very poor plans. Parts not shown, incorrect measurements. It would have been quicker to draw my own plans, than to correct these