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My modification of a Fine Woodworking Windsor Rocking Chair Plan called "Plans Change"

comments (3) April 26th, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

davidcarve davidcarve, member
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I bought a Fine Wood Working Windsor rocking Chair Plan a few months ago online.  I altered the plan to make it recognozeable but non functional for fun.  It is made from White Oak, Walnut and copper.  The back staves and the legs are laminated walnut with White Oak on the outsides.  It is finished with Clear Danish Watco oil.  The measurements are 63 inches wide, 46 inches deep and 46 inches tall.

I call the chair "Plans Change" a reflection if my life.


Design or Plan used: My own design - David Kostreva

posted in: Reader's Gallery, chair, carving, walnut, tenons, white oak, inlay, steam bending, windsor, bent lamination, copper, rocking


Comments (3)

rpbobb rpbobb writes: I love imagination. I think this is fantastic. You have brought your imagination to reality. That is art!
Posted: 6:26 am on May 31st

ukmeager ukmeager writes: You are clearly talented but my first reaction was you have done this to show us how cleaver you are
Posted: 3:37 am on August 28th

woodbridge woodbridge writes: Looks like something you would see in a Tim Burton movie. Very cool!
Posted: 7:57 pm on April 26th

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