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Morris Chair fixedI’ve built a fair number of furniture projects over the years, and it’s not really fair to try and say, “this is my favorite,” but I will say there are projects that continue to give me more satisfaction than others. When I sit in my outdoor Morris chair, set a drink on my “Stickley” side table and watch the birds testing out the feeder in the yard, it’s a very satisfying moment. Nature is a nice part of that moment, but the satisfaction comes from knowing that the outdoor projects I’ve built are decent, attractive and most often inexpensive and quick.

In general, outdoor projects are built with wood from the home center store – which manages to cut out all the time necessary for wood preparation. Then you take out more time – that spent on traditional joinery – and you’re well on your way to an afternoon or weekend project that can get put to use right away.



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