Dining chairs

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Re: Dining chairs

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Russ that's AWESOME times 8.
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Those look great! Where do you find large pieces of walnut like that?

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Those look really amazing! You should put the plans up for sale somewhere, I would buy them.

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Thanks!

I will be putting these files with an instruction PDF up for sale at some point. Right now I'm just finishing up the instructions for my Maloof style rocking chair, and will be putting that up for sale first. I should have the dining chair and bar stool plans finished in the next few months. Takes a while to get all the pictures and write up the instructions for the jigs and files.

Alan, I buy 8/4 rough walnut in 8' lengths, 1000bf lifts at a time. Usually get mostly 6-8" widths, sometimes up to 10". I face joint it, plane it, edge joint it and glue up my blanks.
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