Stickley No. 384 Side Chair & No. 386 Arm Chair Plans

The seat cushions rest on a canvas or leather sling attached to the front and back rails with a narrow wooden cleat. Not much wood, but lots of mortises. Make full-size templates of the legs to be sure of the … Continue reading

Stickley No. 353 Side Chair & No. 353A Arm Chair Plans

The seat cushion is a slip seat-either a hardwood frame, or a piece of plywood covered with padding and then wrapped with fabric. After the chair is finished, the completed seat is attached with screws through the corner blocks from … Continue reading

Stickley No. 347 Eastwood Chair Plans

37″ high x 38 1/2″ wide x 32 1/2″ deep Named after the suburb of Syracuse, New York, where Stickley’s factory was located, this early chair was featured in “The Craftsman” Magazine in November 1901. A loose seat cushion was … Continue reading

Stickley No.332 Morris Chair Plans

A favorite among collectors this chair is a challenging project. It is also a rewarding project, because once you are finished, you will have the perfect chair to relax in. Plans include detailed drawings printed on two 24″ X 36″ … Continue reading

Stickley No.336 Bow Arm Morris Chair Plans

31 1/2″ wide x 37″ high x 37″ deep Although this looks like it could be a Harvey Ellis design, this chair originally appeared, with slightly different legs, in 1901 two years before Ellis came to work for Stickley. The … Continue reading