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By Waka
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:


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

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By Waka
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
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
Excellent post and beautiful craftsmanship, even if your not into furniture making its still very interesting to see how things are made.