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Hi, One step left out is the seat bottom to side piece measurements. I've never built a chair so I don't wish to drill several sets of holes to get it right. Is the seat flush in front? I can't tell from the pictures.Thanks
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Brilliant; I now have a tidy shed wall instead of a tangle on the floor :-)
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I found a youtube showing the warp chain process:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ1qNeSYBxsthe actual chaining doesn't happen until about 2:30 minutes.
Interesting, I'd like to see that, thanks
When I learned it it was called a Jacob's ladder. - pwood2
I learned it called a Jacob's ladder. - pwood2
Love it! I was taught this as a construction laborer many years ago and use it all the time. I never knew a name for it. Thanks! Nice job - speed160
Pretty much. Lol it's a great little top to remember. - mmoberly3
Interesting, that term is used for several things...including a rope ladder that is tricky to climb...I guess this looks like that type of Jacob's ladder when it is rolled up. Thanks for your comment
Good to hear, thanks for your comment. Where I am today would be a great day to fly a large kite...you have me day dreaming! I don't think I want to be responsible for rolling up the parachute cords :-)
Cool! I bet you can do it in your sleep by now. Thanks for your comment
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