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Hey, thanks....yes, you could widen it easily, like I did the Family Bench from the Grandpa Chair. You would widen all horizontal parts to 48" and add structural cross members underneath attached to the front and rear legs. Widen the bottom and top back support parts and back seat slat to 48" from the middle...ie: keep the curves and cutouts the same at the ends, just stretch them to 48". Keep the left and right back slats the same, then add straight slats to fill the center section.I would use 1" for the seat slats.Phil
Materials lists are on the purchased plans.
They are with the purchased plans.
That's included in the rest of the emailed instructions after purchasing the patterns.
Sorry, no....as indicated you can purchase mailed or digital patterns.
As indicated, you need to purchase the plans.
The parts list and full size patterns are included when you purchase the plans.
No, they are all separate
Sorry, no, they are 3 separate plansPhil
LOL....you have a nice day too !
It works for me....copy and paste it into your browser window.
Thanks. You will see that there are instructions to laminate a 1/4" layer of hardwood to the bottom of the rockers. Then you can replace it if it wears too much.
I just checked all links, and they work fine. Sorry, must be a timeout at your end.
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Thanks ! I added a strip of 1/4" hardwood to the rocker bottoms to alleviate that issue. My issue here at the cottage is rot....so I am thinking of adding a strip of PVC to the bottom of the rockers, arms or side panels of my chairs.Phil
They are available on my site www.plansinwood.com in mailed or digital formats.Phil
Only the painted wood is edge sanded....the top is antiqued, stained natural, urethaned and paint then only applied to the marks. That way wet sanding is only needed to leave the paint in the indents....then another layer of urethane to seal it in. This shelf is the same top style as the table.
Here you go !
Here is the lower position.
The complete chair is made from 3/4" stock, but many of my Customers use 1" or 5/4 for the front legs as well as the side panels.
Found the table and drawer pics to go with the comments below.
I was kept very busy back in the country craft days in the eighties with my distressed furniture, shelves and other items.....now it's all back and even better techniques. I like the steel brush idea. As well as the techniques above, I added "worm holes" with the stick shown. After adding the scratches and stain, I paint the indents with milk paint and sand to leave the paint so it looks like previously stripped wood. I also add a coat of hide glue after staining, then the paint will crackle like an antique piece. I do this with different color layers to replicate layers of paint over years of time. I will try to find my sample board to add a pic.
Yes...it's a 1 x 10....the panel just fits the finished 9 1/2" width.Phil
Lots here on my site at http://www.plansinwood.com/adirondackbeachchair.htmlPhil
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