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51working

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12-02-2011 06:30 AM

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Building or making my first chair out of wine barrel staves and can not get the thing even it it rocks like the legs are uneven but all 4 legs measures the same from the ground up then looing from the side I can see the back of the chair one side is further ahead then the other any ideas what I am doing wrong or how to fix this the be greatly thankfull



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05-30-2017 06:47 AM

Before getting started, you will need several materials to construct the chair. Assemble nails, wood glue, and some wood clamps. If you want to improve, you can cutting under legs chair to get perfect. And you might put non woven material to complete the chair particularly for seated.

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11-24-2017 07:11 PM



Building or making my first chair out of wine barrel staves and can not get the thing even it it rocks like the legs are uneven but all 4 legs measures the same from the ground up then looing from the side I can see the back of the chair one side is further ahead then the other any ideas what I am doing wrong or how to fix this the be greatly thankfull

- 51working

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