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  1. Maryanncic

    My version of the Iron Throne

    Made my own version of the Iron Throne...love the series
  2. ElgaKoster

    Gluing chairs together

    I find making chairs one of the most rewarding things to make but also the most difficult with all the small pieces and almost no 90 degree joints. Over the last two years or so I made fourteen Chippendale chairs, two out of mopani and twelve out of South African blackwood, these woods are not easy to glue and I find it best to glue a join and put it aside for a few hours. With all the angles and curves on the chair I made some simple jigs to keep things in place while the glue dried. Here are six that I made for a dining room. I always start with the back leg assembly, I made a jig by cutti
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