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adirondack chairs

Posted by estherod Cary, NC (My Page) on
Mon, May 14, 07 at 12:19

I am looking for free plans to build 4 adirondack chairs for my new fire pit. If anyone has plans or knows of where I can get some free plans please let me know.

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RE: adirondack chairs

I think there are some on the Lowe's or Home Depot web pages.
Otherwise, do a google search, but I am sure they were on their pages last year!

RE: adirondack chairs

On there are free woodworking plans for a variety of things. The adirondack chair is one of them. Hope this helps.

RE: adirondack chairs

If you forward an email address I will send you plans.

RE: adirondack chairs

I don't know where you live but in our Ace Memorial Day weekend flyer, they have wooden unfinished adirondack chairs for $30. I don't know if you can even make them for that much? I would love to have two but we'll see...another thing to add to my "wish" list!

RE: adirondack chairs

I got 3 today as a gift.I already had 3.I am going to get a total of 10 for my sitting areas (rooms) I am creating through out my garden.I am painting 2 each of the following colors.purple,,green and blue.I will then coordinate the same color flowers in the beds to match the chairs.Going to ace tomorrow to buy 4 more.I already have my paint..

RE: adirondack chairs

  • Posted by dian57 M-H Valley NY-5 (My Page) on
    Wed, Jun 13, 07 at 5:44

AC Moore sells them. If you use their weekly 40% off coupons, I imagine they're very reasonable. Sorry I don't know the price, I have too many outdoor chairs and never paid much attention to them.

RE: adirondack chairs

Couple of books your library might have:

Mine has this one (I've used the plans... they are easy, and it even tells you how to cut up the wood):
Building Adirondack Furniture: The Art, the History, and the How-To by John D. Wagner

another one (not as familiar):

Easy-To-Build Adirondack Furniture (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin)

Good luck!

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