Introduction: Wooden Chair
This wooden chair is very easy to build and does not require power tools.
Step 1: The Supplies
6 one and a half inch nails.
Five forty by four by one half inch birds.
Twenty , three inch screws.
A measuring tape.
One six by one by 10 inch board.
Step 2: Cutting the First Boards
Cut one of the 40 inch boards in half. (each one should be 20 inches)
Step 3: Set Up the Boards for Measuring
Next you can figure out a way to balance the boards you just cut, along with two more 40 inch boards. (They should be about 10 inches apart.)
Step 4: Cut More Boards
After that, cut the rest of the 40 inch board you had already cut from, and cut two ten inch long boards.
Step 5: Supports
Take the two, forty inch boards, from step 3 and one of the 10 inch boards you just cut and screw it in place 10 inches from the bottom using 2 screws on each side.
Step 6: Footrest
Take the two boards you cut in half in the beginning and the other ten inch board, and use 4 nails to screw it in place 8 inches from the bottom.
Step 7: More Boards
Next, get another 10 inch board and cut it into 4, 10 inch pieces.
Step 8: Sitting Part
After cutting the forty inch board use 6 more screws to screw it onto the top part of the smaller section.(The section with the footrest.)
Step 9: The Back Base
using another one of the ten inch boards, using 4 screws, screw it into the taller part 20 inches from the base.
Step 10: The Main Base
Use the remaining 10 inch boards and screw them into both parts of the chair using 4 screws. (Do the same to the other side.)
Step 11: The Final Sitting Part
Next get the last 40 inch board and cut a 10 inch piece off then nail it onto the middle base of the chair.
Step 12: The Headrest
After that get the six by one by 10 inch long board and nail it between the two tall boards in the back.
Step 13: Finishing Touches
Finally you can sand it or paint it if you want
Step 14: Finished
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