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. 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).