It's not fine woodworking but it is attractive and functional. I built the first one of these for a friend (my design) and a web picture of it led to a commission for a second one. I delivered this one Monday.
The wood is ERC that I harvested and milled from my place and the chairs are modified versions of my adirondack chair design. The glider hardware came from Amazon. TBIII glue, SS screws and hot-dipped galvanized carriage bolts, nuts and washers secure everything. Not shown are the cup holders that I turned from ERC blanks. They were in the shop with finish drying.
Finish is a coat of BLO followed by 7 coats of Epifanes Gloss Marine Varnish. I was about to apply coat No. 5 when I took the pictures. I had approximately 40 hours in the woodworking and a week applying the finish (one coat per day). I already have a request for two more when I get the time to build them.
Thanks for looking.
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