Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Child-Size Adirondack Chair
Here is a project that is quick, easy, and will keep a favorite child or grandchild feeling like part of the family. All parts are featured with full size patterns and the plan comes with many...
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The chair turned out well: however, I dont understand how the front legs can be 16 inches. It absolutely makes the arms much too high relative to the seat level. I ended up cutting 3.5 inches off both front legs and raised the level of the frame to give me the right angle. The back arm bracket then works at the suggested length of 8.75. Obviously, I wasted some good cedar in the redo.
easy to follow and enjoy
thisis usualy gifts i make for my grand childrenand for my own kids .they are always amazed how each project looks so great .