Table of Contents
- 1Introduction, overview
- 2Wood sizes, Angles, Material list
- 3Plans: Side elevation, Legs, Spoke pieces
- 4Plans: Spoke cutting detail
- 5Plans: Table and seat board cutting detail
- 6Cut the spokes to length
- 7Shape the ends of the spokes
- 8Assemble the spokes
- 9Cut the tabletop and seat boards
- 10Fix some seat boards
- 11Fix the rest of the seat boards
- 12Fix the tabletop boards
- 13Align the upper and lower frames
- 14Cut and fix the legs to the spokes
- 15Drop in the umbrella
Drop in the umbrella
Step 12: Drop in the umbrella and enjoy!
Kick out the spacer blocks.
Well, that’s pretty much done apart from the umbrella, and of course it is still upside down.
“Mmmmmmmmm. What will we do?”
“I know…. We’ll turn it up the right way.”
“Good thinking. There! Now let,s move it over there.”
“No. Move it a bit that way.”
“No. This way.”
“I’ve got all the weight.”
“Owwww, my foot.”
“If you do more lifting and less moaning, maybe we’ll get it in place sometime this year.”
Anyway, once in position, pop the umbrella into the hole in the tabletop.
Then position a piece of A piece of sawn, or dressed lumber of greater width than thickness. Usually 19mm (3/4") to 38mm (1 1/2") thick and 75mm (3") or more wide. against the pole underneath the table and A short nail with a large flat head used for securing roofing felt, plasterboard, sheet metal to wood etc. it to the lower frame spokes.
Allow a little bit of play. If the board is too hard against the umbrella pole, you will never get the umbrella out.
If you decide to have a go at this project, we’d love to get your comments and photos of your handiwork.