Do this entire process until you have ALL of your pieces of wood cut out to make your Adirondack chairs. Then you will have to sand each piece.
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Lee used 11 boards to make a wide chair with a solid-plank back set at a roughly 90-degree angle to its sloping seat. Its 9 ½-inch wide armrests were set high enough to lift the chest when elbows are rested upon them. Whether or not Lee was aware of it, his chair’s board construction reflected the region’s long tradition of simple, practical furniture made by homesteaders and local carpenters.
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The history of the Adirondack chair begins in the Town of Westport, NY with the inventor of the Westport chair - Massachusetts native Thomas Lee. Lee's family owned a house in Westport, and he spent many of his summers there around the early 20th century.
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Most pickup trucks can haul 6 Adirondack chairs. Pictured are 6 Adirondack chairs in an 6.5' bed pickup truck with the tailgate closed.
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The rocking chairs are designed exactly like the classic Adirondack chairs, but with one major difference – it has rockers on the bottom! This makes it perfect for placement on the front porch, backyard, or even in an all-season room.
The gently curved design keeps your legs at a comfortable position while you sit to allow for increased blood flow. Most Adirondack ottomans fold in half for easy storage when they are not in use, and they come in several gorgeous finishes to match your chair.
Softwood is a cheaper option and very easy to physically manipulate with tools, so it shouldn’t be dismissed. You could use a selected few varieties of softwoods for Adirondack chairs.
The fasteners used to hold the chair together are made of marine-grade 316 stainless steel, and will not rust even if left outside in the rain or snow.
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