The complete guide to learning how to build the
Tea Party Chair. Completing my "Tea" line-up (as in Tea Chair, Tea Table, and Tea-for-Two) is this great Tea Party Chair. This popular little chair is great because when not needed, it tucks perfectly away into a corner (when my grandson needs a “timeout”, it serves the purpose well).
It can be built using a standard Lap Joint, a Maloof Joint or my Butterfly Joint. For those
woodworkers unfamiliar with hand shaping and sculpting wood, it is an excellent project to get you
started. For woodworkers already possessing a few “battle scars”, it is still an enjoyable and
rewarding project. In either case, the price is sure to appeal to anyone looking for something
completely different. If you're wondering if full-sized templates are included...
are! Go build one and surprise your loved one with a chair they can use in front of a vanity
(if your loved one happens to be a woman), in a corner, or around a small table.
So the next time I need a time out (which, according to my wife, is frequently), I at least have a cool place to sit and smwwer the error of my ways (believe me, there are many).