Making A Windsor Bowback Side Chair Part 6

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I've finished the seat and undercarriage, now the top part of the Windsor Chair is remaining work to do.That means steam bending a bow and turning some spindles.Unfortunately, the Fine Woodworking article we've been using for this series, provides little information on this upper section of the chair.

So I'll need to do some reverse engineering to assemble the top parts.Below is a video of this process...

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