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A simple and satisfying chair made from one plank of wood.
The piece of wood that I used for this chair was 7 feet long, 11 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches thick. I originally used driftwood planks to make these ...
Cut the plank into two pieces. For this chair I made one piece 40 inches long and the other 51. The dimensions can be varied to fit your preferences.
Cut two inches of wood off of the sides of the board starting 15 inches from one end of the plank.
Place the tapered end of the first board 15 1/2 inches from the bottom of the second board and trace around the edge. Remove enough wood to slide the ...
Fit the two pieces together and try it out. If you are not satisfied with something here is your chance to fix it.
The planks will not intersect at right angles, so some wood will need to be trimmed. This picture shows the marking process for this step.
Use a saw to redefine the angles.
I wanted to remove the glitter on the boards so I resurfaced the plank with a chisel. However the only necessary step here is to relax in your new cha...
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