Erika Pace Outdoor September 04th, 2018 - 16:43:14
I would cut on my two by fours and two by sixes and two by twos to the links that I needed. I will put the cut list in the description, so you know what lengths to cut on each board, so you can make the project yourself. After that I laid out the boards I needed for the side rails of the chair. I lined up the 2 by 6 to the 2x4 and screwed it in. Once that was all done. I grabbed a space, threw board and did the next side rail down after I got that one screwed in I removed the spacer board to the next one and did the very last side rail the same way. Once that was all done.
I screwed in the other 2x4 on the other side, then I repeated the whole process over again for the other side, rail once that was all done. I took another 2x4 and glued and screwed on the top. Once again, I did it on this one, and then I moved on and did on the second side, rail as well after that was all done. I place the board in between the slats to kind of help me hold up the sides to make putting on the back in the front a little easier.
I took two by sixes and lined them up with the two by sixes on the side, rails and screwed them in all the way up the back of the chair once it can. I use my spacer to make sure that they lined up perfectly. After that was all done, I took one 2x6 and lined it up with the bottom side, rail and screwed - that on once I was done. I grabbed my spacer and I grabbed a 2x4 and glued and screwed it up to the second side rail. Once that was all done, I grabbed another 2x4 and glued and screwed it up to the back. So the whole railing around the chair was the same.
Next I took my two by twos and glued and screwed that I'm flushed to the bottom of the second railing inside the chair. This was going to be where I can set my seat slats and screw them in secure. Now that I had alleged put my seat slats on, I put them in, and space them out evenly as possible, then I went and screwed them all down with one screw on each side.