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The Funeral Chair Part Three: Making the Seat Frame

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Video Length: 8:19
Produced by: Tom Fidgen


The third chapter in the series begins with a full size paper pattern.

As I did last week, I'll break out points to cover in more detail in posts later this week on my website. www.theUnpluggedWoodshop.com

The seat frame is fairly straight forward with the exception of the curved side parts.

You'll see a bow-saw and spokeshave make quick work of the task.

From there the frame is assembled using bridle joinery.

One of my favorites techniques.

With that, here's the third part of the Funeral Chair series.

 


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