Video series: How to make a continuous arm Windsor chair
This series consists of 26 videos and is more streamlined than the comb back series. It covers splitting the parts with a froe, shaping the parts with a drawknife and spokeshave, bending the arm, turning the legs, carving the seat and boring the mortises in the seat and assembling the chair.
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This video series is also available as a DVD set:
DVD Set: How to make a Continuous Arm Windsor Chair
Six DVD set, featuring over 6 hours of instruction.
In this set of videos, Curtis gives the viewer specific information for making a continuous arm chair.
Like Curtis's previous video on the comb back chair, it is shot and edited by Curtis's friend and neighbor, Gary Burkett, and delivered in Curtis's warm and relaxed style.
Full-Scale Drawings: How to Make a Continuous Arm Windsor Chair
Full-scale detailed rendering of Curtis' Continuous Arm Windsor Chair. The four pages include a contour map of the seat carving, the turnings, half-scale side and front views, and a template page that is printed on 4 mil mylar. Drawings are rolled and shipped in a tube.
This is the first video in the series. See the full playlist on YouTube