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and comfort of the chair. This is best done with an in-shave (a special type of drawknife which has a curved blade), followed by sanding. Mark the locations of the leg tenons and cut out the mortise for the back upright. Cut this mortise by
drilling out waste with a 1" auger, using a bevel gauge to guide the auger at an 80-degree angle. Clean up the mortise with a chisel.
Cut the upright (Figure 2) from 1" stock (actual IV), forming the lower tenon and hand