Jigs Make a Set of Dining Chairs Easy
Simplify the steps necessary to create one or a dozen of these beautiful chairs. Using Darrell Peart’s step-by-step video instruction and 23 pages of detailed plans, you’ll learn:
- To use detailed plans for exacting accuracy
- How to build and use precision jigs for matching interchangeable parts
- Simplified construction techniques using loose-tenon joinery
- Quick tips for creating and installing faux tenons and ebony pegs
- And much more!
Professional advice and detailed instructions remove the concerns often found in chairmaking. Using loose tenons greatly simplifies construction (use your own system or Festool Dominos).
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About the Host:
Darrell Peart is a professional furniture maker and the author of two books on building Greene & Greene furniture, “Greene & Greene: Design Elements for the Workshop” and “In the Greene & Greene Style: Projects and Details for the Woodworker.” He has written articles for Home Furniture, Today’s Woodworker, Fine Woodworking, Woodwork, Popular Woodworking, American Woodworker and others. He teaches woodworking and furniture design from coast to coast, and in 2011 Darrell was voted to the Board of Directors of the Friends of the Thorsen House. His work has appeared in many galleries, has been featured in both local and national newspapers, magazines and books, and in private collections throughout the United States and Canada.
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