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Les Kenny's outdoor woodworking plans

DIY plans to build a comfortable Adirondack chair with curved arms

DIY plans to build a comfortable Adirondack chair with curved arms

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DIY plans with detailed step-by-step instructions. This Adirondack chair is easy to build and inexpensive to make. There are heaps of explanatory photos to guide you through the build, and when made, it will look great and be a very comfortable chair.

The downloadable PDF file contains 21 pages that include plans, pictures, drawings, required materials, a cutting list, and step-by-step building instructions.

All measurements are given in both inches and metric units.

For the project, you will need...

1x2 (50 x 25mm): 28 ft (8.5 meters) in total
1x3 (75 x 25mm): 29 ft (9 meters) in total
1 x 6 (150 x 25mm): 12 ft (3600mm) in total
2x4 (100 x 50mm): 4 ft (1200mm) in total

You will also need...

I used a nail gun and 1-3/4" (44mm) thin finishing nails.I relied heavily on glue.
I did use 3/8" (10mm) carriage bolts to hold the legs to the sides. 1 at each meeting.
If you want to use glue and screws, you will need the following:

50 of 1-1/4" (45 mm) exterior wood screws
12 of 1-1/4" (33mm) exterior wood screws
4 of 4" (100mm) bugle-head or construction screws
4 of 3/8" (10mm) x 2" (50mm) long galvanised carriage (coach) bolts
4 of 2-1/2" (60mm) galvanised nails
Exterior wood glue

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