Mission Style Leather Back Arm Chair Plans
A mission arm chair of simple design and construction is shown in the accompanying illustration. This chair is suitable for any room of the house and can be made of wood to match other furniture. Quarter-sawed oak is the wood most generally used, and it is also very easy to obtain. The stock can be ordered from the mill, cut to length, squared and sanded. Following is a list of the material that will be needed:
- 2 front legs, 2 by 2 by 26-3/4 in.
- 2 back legs, 2 by 4 by 43 in.
- 2 arm rests, 1 by 4 by 26 in.
- 5 rails, 3/4 by 4 by 21-1/2 in.
- 5 rails, 3/4 by 2 by 2-1/2 in. .
- 2 back pieces, 3/4 by 2 by 16-1/2 in.
- 1 piece leather, 31 in, square.
- 1 piece burlap, 28 in, square.
- 2 pieces leather, 13 by 18 in.
- 2 pieces burlap, 13 by 18 in.
- 1 box 8 oz. tacks.
- 5-1/2 doz. ornamental nails.
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