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Kentucky Stick Chairs


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Folding wood chairs that are really comfortable.
All 3 started out as scrap wood and needed to be resized via my Ryobi table saw.
Using my Ryobi miter saw I cut everything to length and drilled all the holes.
All 115 pieces of wood got run through my Ryobi router at least twice, some need 4 trips.
Assembly was easy with vinyl coated clothes line wire.
Finished off with Thompson's Pacific Redwood Water Seal

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  • I'm not familiar with a Kentucky Stick Chair. Do you have any finished pictures?
    By mrpip, on September 5, 2018
    • The proper picture should be up soon.
      I had to resubmit it.
      I'm sure it's called by other names but Kentucky Stick Chair is what I know it as.
      By kwbobwi, on September 5, 2018
    • I looked it up on google.  It looks very cool.  Now I feel obligated to make one.
      By mrpip, on September 5, 2018

  • These are so neat!! How did you attach all the sticks?
    By RYOBI NATION, on September 6, 2018
    • I used plastic coated clothes line wire, I found it's the right size and a little more flexible than wire.
      By kwbobwi, on September 6, 2018

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Kentucky Stick Chairs

by kwbobwi
Sep 04, 2018
Medium 209a68fa 931a 41f9 9bed edf6472e35a0

Folding wood chairs that are really comfortable. All 3 started out as scrap wood and needed to be resized via my Ryobi table saw. Using my Ryobi miter saw I cut everything to length and drilled all the holes. All 115 pieces of wood got run through my Ryobi router at least twice, some need 4 trips. Assembly was easy with vinyl coated clothes line wire. Finished off with Thompson's Pacific Redwood Water Seal