Portable Project Take Your Own Chair With You When Attending Outdoor Events This Fold Up Chair Is Easy To Carry And Comfortable To Sit On
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Folding Chair Illustration by Len Churchill Cut Out The PiecesLightly round over all the corners and edges with a piece of #180 sandpaper folded and held in your hand.Round one end of each chair support with a sanding block or drum sander mounted in your drill.
Seat SlatsDrill countersunk pilot holes centered and ⅜" in from the ends on six of the pine cross pieces.These cross pieces will be used as seat slats.The countersink is ⅜" diameter and the pilot hole is ⅛".
This is usually done a the same time with a countersink attachment on a drill: position the seat slats on two chair supports so the ends are flush and the spacing is even (fig.1), then drill ⅛" pilot holes ½" deep into the chair supports through the pilot holes you previously drilled.
Apply glue to the mating surfaces and scr*w the seat slats onto the supports with 1 ¼" long screws.Check to make sure the assembly is square and allow it to dry.Seat backFor the seat back (fig.2), drill the pilot holes, in the five remaining pine cross pieces, 1 ⅛" in from the ends.
To glue and scr*w the cross pieces in place for...