The Morris chair that I have been restoring was in need of a seat frame that the upholsterer can attach the webbing to for the seat cushion. Below are a few photos of the construction of this frame.
The boards cut to size for the frame Dowels in place for joinery gluing the frame The frame in place with a 1/4 inch gap around all sides for the fabric and padding.
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