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    i built a couple of chairs when the article first came out and since them i have made several more pairs. they sell well at craft shows!

    these are the latest, more minor improvments, curved seat, curved back, changed the angle of the back slightly

    they are very comfortable,much better than the adirondaks they replaced on our deck!

    i use cedar deck boards and 2 by 6 cedar
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    Frank D., tool fan and Les Groeller like this.
    my shop is a beaver lodge
    steve, sarnia, ont




    1940's Craftmaster Lathe

    https://www.facebook.com/artistryinwoodca/
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    Re: my latest iteration of rob browns pallet chair

    They certainly look easier to get out of than the Adirondacks were. I built hundreds of those in my youth and never understood why people liked them except for the wide arms to put a dinner plate on. Why did you build such high backs?
    Rob

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      Re: my latest iteration of rob browns pallet chair

      They look really good Steve. I'm always amazed at what can be made from something as scrap as a pallet.

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        Re: my latest iteration of rob browns pallet chair

        Those look nice.
        Egon
        from
        The South Shore, Nova Scotia

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