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By Waka
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Paul Chapman wrote:Great thread, Tony - really enjoyed it. The chair looks excellent. Please post a picture when you get the finish on it.

Cheers :wink:

Paul


I will Paul,
it will be in a weaker two.
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By Newbie_Neil
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Hi Tony,

Thank you for taking the time to post your wip, I have really enjoyed it.

You must now be the resident chairmaker. :lol:

Thanks,
Neil
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By Waka
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paulm wrote:Still waiting for the finished pics though Tony :)

Cheers, Paul


Just got back from up North, hoping to get it finished in the next couple of weeks.
By Alf Beharie
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Great result! Who'd have thought there are still people out there making chairs using traditional methods? I had no idea! I'd like to make something similar, but if you think you were apprehensive whilst making it, its not as apprehensive as I feel about trying to do the same! I'm far more of a power tool guy so Travishers and Spokeshaves would be out and Routers with custom made jigs would be in if I ever felt the need to make such a lovely looking project. One thing I think you left out was how much did the course cost you?
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By Claymore
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Excellent post and beautiful craftsmanship, even if your not into furniture making its still very interesting to see how things are made.
Brian