Build your own rocking chair 1 on 1 class now in session!
Making a straight edge on this quilted maple slab, to be used as a rocking chair seat inlay
easy does it, slow and steady always get a nice smooth cut on the band saw
This is the rocking chair seat I’m working on along side my currant student, Greg.
Trimming seat to size
Got clamps? Making the flexible bent laminated back supports and of course 2 pairs of rocking chair rockers
Pay attention, very important measure lot’s & only cut once
Walnut & Curly Maple leg blanks
Using a festal router with a brass bushing, to make the perfect 2’’ x 7/8’’ notch needed near the front of the seat.
Removing the material, where the backs of the bottoms of our legs rest
Laying out the back brace holes and routing
Greg shaping the cove into his rocking chair arms, with a holding fixture across the table saw
Our rocking chair legs are well on there way
The seats are coming along nicely, time to shape the sides
Wenge & Curly maple rocking chair seat