This project is really simple, as it involves two intersecting wooden rectangles that have a seat and back made from woven paracord.
I'm going to assume that anyone attempting this project has basic woodworking skills and is familiar with power tools, so this won't be a woodshop class. :o)
I will be presenting a flexible idea that can be modified rather than absolute plans... please feel free to experiment and play... but don't get locked into a rigid perspective that there's only one way to do it. :o)
The pictures are pretty much self-explanatory, with last pic showing the two frames nested together.
Step 1: Things you will need...
For this project you will need:
150' (minimum) paracord
48" heavy 1" nylon webbing (from REI)
36" of shock-cord (from REI)
1 pc) 3/4" thick oak (or other hardwood) board at least 6" wide x 60" long
30) 2.5" to 3" deck screws
12) 5/8" pan head screws
4) 3/4" dia. screw-on rubber feet with 1" mounting screws
stain & poly to taste
pencil type soldering iron
2) 24" bar clamps
1/8" & 1/4" drill bits
#2 Phillips screwdriver
100 grit sandpaper
2" paint brush
Nice but not necessary:
Table mounted Router with 3/8" round nose bit & 1/4" & 1/2" round over bits
Floor standing Belt sander/disc sander