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Maritime Table and Chairs Woodworking Plans Set

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Maritime Table and Chairs Woodworking Plans Set

Added today to our online store. A good size table for seating six adults comfortably. The table legs can fold underneath for easy storage. The chairs have comfortable ease back design, perfect for those evening meals that can go on into the night. Chairs have the option to build on an armrest. No special hardware needed, purchase carriage bolts and wood screws at your local hardware store. Full size drawings. Step-by-step instructions. Measurement on the plan are in inches.

Maritime Adirondack Style Chair/Rocker Yard Furniture Woodworking Pattern

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Maritime Adirondack Style Chair/Rocker Yard Furniture Woodworking Pattern

Spend a little bit of time building one of our Maritime chairs and the work will pay dividends for years to come in the form of relaxation. Build the stool with the slant top so you can stretch your legs out, or with a flat top and use as a side table. Bonus drawings include rocker blade to convert your chair into a relaxing rocker. Full size drawings.

Maritime Maple Leaf Chair Woodworking Plan

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Maritime Maple Leaf Rocking Chair

Have fun building one of our clearly Canadian Maple Leaf chairs. With plenty of elbow room, we designed it for Canucks and Snowbirds. Make the classic red and white chair or get your hockey fix by putting a wood stain on the armrest then paint on some black and grey stripes! We think we scored with this design! Continue reading Maritime Maple Leaf Chair Woodworking Plan

Maritime Dolphin Sun Chair Woodworking Pattern

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New sun chair woodworking plan

Have fun building one of our themed sun chairs. We designed it for the porpoise that you can ease back and relax with a smile on your face. Make the tail stool as a slant for relaxation. Or build it with a flat top so you can stretch your legs straight out, or use as a side table. Full size drawings.