Chairs are ubiquitous, found in every home, office, and building. Almost all are commercially made since many woodworkers shy away from making chairs, or even stools. Granted, there are not too many square parts to most chairs, and compound angles are somewhat intimidating. But the articles in this book, reprinted from Fine Woodworking magazine, should help dispel any questions or fears the reader may have about chair building. Not only can the reader build them, they can make them better than the average commercially made models.