Boggs side chair
This turned out to be an extremely difficult chair to build, requiring some serious jigs for the steambent parts. The legs bend in two directions, and the back slats are bent progressively to fit the countours of your back. The legs are shaped by routing and shaving, and the joinery is a very precise version of wet-dry, with compound angles all over the place. The hickory-bark seat was the easiest part. You weave it while it is wet and then it tightens as it dries. All of the class attendees intended to build more of these when we got home, but I don’t think any of us have!