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xx   CHAIR

How to make a folding cushion chair. Sheets are used to cover three foam cushions that are connected with fabric hinges. Can be a chair, a chaise, a sleeping mat or a cube stool depending on how cushions are folded.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Apr 1973 (v.51#4) pg. 97

Photo shows a Mountain Goat seat made from hinged lengths of pine and a canvas seat. The head and neck of a stylized goat added to one side. Seat can be folded up. Est. cost: $20.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jul 1974 (v.52#7) pg. 53

Easy rocker. Armless folding rocking chair made from 1"-thick hardwood. Seat and back are upholstered over woven webbing.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Nov 1993 (v.17#2) pg. 18

Four designer chairs you can make. (1) Triangle folding chair ($40). (2) Dowel chair ($65). (3) Laplander chair ($16). (4) V-Chair ($13).
FAMILY HANDYMAN #199 May-Jun 1979 (v.29#5) pg. 54

Mahogany deck furniture. Folding chair and table are reproductions of those used on the world's great ocean liners.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jul 1985 (v.162#7) pg. 92

Gateleg dining table and folding chairs with caned back and seats. Seats from four to six. Constructed of maple. Table measures just 10"x36" when folded, but opens to 56"x36".
POPULAR MECHANICS Oct 1985 (v.162#10) pg. 111

Five folding armchairs are built from 1 sheet of plywood. Winning design in the 10th annual Popular Science/American Plywood Assn. contest.
POPULAR SCIENCE Aug 1986 (v.229#2) pg. 87

Glastonbury chair. A folding chair based on one found in Glastonbury Abbey, England (circa 1500). The chair has a solid seat and back. The back and arms are elaborately carved. The entire chair is held together with dowels.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #98 Sep 1997 (v.17#4) pg. 60

A handcrafted, adjustable, folding chair for viewing comfort when using a Newtonian reflector telescope.
SKY & TELESCOPE Mar 1990 (v.79#3) pg. 328

Slatted deck chair to build. Nesting halves can be pulled apart for storage.
SUNSET Apr 1994 (v.192#4) pg. 112

Scoop chair. A unique folding chair is constructed from 28 wooden slats of six different lengths that are held together with "Flexibolts".
WEEKEND WOODWORKING (PROJECTS) #20 Mar 1991 (v.4#2) pg. 12
Added Info WEEKEND WOODWORKING (PROJECTS) #23 Sep 1991 (v.4#5) pg. 30

Wooden folding chair with slatted back and seat.
WEEKEND WOODWORKING (PROJECTS) #51 May 1996 (v.9#3) pg. 6, Insert

A nut, bolt and bushing (made from plastic tubing) becomes a sturdy pivot point or hinge (such as found in a folding wooden lawn chair).
WOOD MAGAZINE #46 Oct 1991 (v.8#7) pg. 23

Mini folder. Child's version of a folding wooden chair featuring a slatted seat and back. May be scaled up to make a larger chair.
WOODWORKER Jan 1987 (v.91#1) pg. 44

A folding dining chair. The hinged seat folds up toward the back and the hinged side rails (with front legs still attached) then fold to the back.
WOODWORKING TODAY #29 Mar 1992 pg. 54

Folding straight chair made from wood.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1984 (v.40#2) pg. 100