Step 6: Prep Remaining Parts
4 legs - 49" long
2 cross members - over 35" long (will be cut down during assembly)
The ends of the legs need to be cut at 15 degree angles. Start by cutting one end, then measure up 48" on each edge - this should be where your other angle is. The finished leg should be a parallelogram - meaning that the two opposite sides should be parallel. Use the first leg as the pattern for the other three legs - the exact size of a leg is less important than all the legs being equal.
Nothing to do on the cross members now, as they will be custom fit after the rest of the chair is assembled.
Sand as is appropriate for your project. I cleaned my chair legs up but not to the degree of the seat.
Sand the edges smooth to match the rest of the project.