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After half a dozen Morris chair plans, we decided it was time to help you put your feet up and relax.
By David Thiel
Pages: 57-61

From the April 2004 issue #140
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A Morris chair (heck, almost any chair) just isn’t complete without an ottoman to prop your feet on. Sadly, by the time you finish building the chair you’re usually so glad to have completed the project that the ottoman gets delayed until later. Well, now is the time!

We’ve published a number of plans for Morris chairs in Popular Woodworking (most recently in our special “Great American Furniture” publication, available online at popwood.com) in varying styles and by several designers. After looking at dozens of comparable ottomans, we selected a traditional and simple design from Gustav Stickley.

From the April 2004 issue #140
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