One Dozen Rustic Rockers

Below are photos from the past week and one-half, building a dozen rocking chairs with a friend of mine for the Bighorn River Lodge in Montana.  The lumber is from a centenarian barn destroyed by a tornado last year.

Just one has the back for photography, they stack much better for shipping w/o.

dovetailed lower cross brace

mass-production

etching the zinc from the hardware

finishing

2 Comments on “One Dozen Rustic Rockers

  1. Awesome. My grandparents recently had their old barn taken down by some Amish from down south. If I had thought centenarian lumber could be used like this I would have staked a claim to the remains!

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