This adjustable-back Morris chair was inspired by Stickley furniture, and is built with pinned through-tenon joinery. The legs are veneered to get a quartersawn look. A hollow-chisel mortiser is used to cut the mortises in the legs and spindle mortises in the rails. Alternative methods for cutting the tenons are offered, as are tips on assembling the parts and adding a traditional ammonia-fumed finish. ammonia-finishing tips detailed cutlist full-size and scale drawings component templates
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