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  1. Adirondak's - Tis the Season for

    Adirondack's I built for Cronk - Black Walnut with Arm R Seal filler and poly (I think 5 Coats). The plans are from Wood Smith - they were the best plans I've seen. I use brass screws with a counter-sunk brass washer - gives it a nice look. Ended up getting burried building them so I quit them...
  2. Adirondak Chairs

    Here are a few of the Adirondak chairs I built for a Christmas present last year. I got the basic plans from Woodcraft, then tweeked them a bit. The wood is your basic knotty whiteboard from Lowes, then I added 1 coat of stain and a few coats of Thompson's water seal. Since they are located...
  3. A Kennebunkport Style Adirondack Chair, 25 "Free" Lessons From My Woodworking Business

    Digging through the old DeCou Photo Archives, I came across this project. I started out just posting the photos, just to get them loaded. I think about 15 months ago when I was first picking out projects to post up on the "new Lumberjocks" website, I skipped this one, thinking that I never...
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    First Adirondak Chair I've almost finished my first adirondak chair. I had got 13 scrap (3ft long) pieces of treated deck planks and didn't want to put them to waste. I cut and finished the back of the chair yesterday. I have cut out the seat area/legs, but have not put them together yet. The...
  5. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm planning on building euro style kitchen cabinets out of 3/4" plywood, edgebanding of sides with hardwood (I will use full tops and backs except for the sink + dishwasher just sits between two cabinets) . The cabinets will be 60cm to 90 cm wide and <60cm deep. Is it necessary to strengthen...
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