Mission Furniture

How to Make It, Part II

Author: H.H. Windsor
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 20,835 / 66 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 90.6
LoC Categories: TT, NX
Downloads: 1,659
Added to site: 2007.12.26
mnybks.net#: 19503
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Instructional
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nery. There will be plenty to do to cut and fit all the different parts. Order the pieces mill-planed and sandpapered to the sizes specified below.

Plain sawed red oak takes a mission finish nicely and is appropriate. Some people like quartered white oak better, however. The cost is about the same.

The stock for the chair is as follows: Widths and thicknesses are specified exact except for the rear posts and the rockers; but to the lengths enough surplus stock has been added to allow for squaring the ends.

2 front posts, 1-5/8 by 2-1/4 by 22-1/2 in., S-4-S. 2 back posts, 1-5/8 by 11 by 40 in., S-2-S. 1 front horizontal, 3/4 by 3-1/2 by 22 in., S-4-S. 1 back horizontal, 3/4 by 3-1/2 by 20 in., S-4-S. 2 back horizontals, 3/4 by 3-1/2 by 20 in., S-4-S. 2 side horizontals, 3/4 by 3-1/2 by 20 in., S-4-S. 2 back slats, 5/16 by 3-1/2 by 20 in., S-4-S. 2 arms, 1 by 4-1/2 by 25 in., S-2-S. 1 rocker, 2-1/4 by 6 by 33 in., S-2-S. 5 bottom slats, 3/4 by 2-1/2 by 19-1/2 in., S-4-S.

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