Identifying the parts
All pieces are 1×6 (25x150mm) Any of the framing wood. except for pieces [B], [E], [K2].
Pieces [B], [E], [K2] are 2×4 (100mm x 50mm) lumber
[A] seat-frame front and rear members: 2 pieces @ 59-1/2″ (1510mm).
[B] seat-frame cross members: 4 pieces @ 18″ (460mm) angled back 15deg one end.
[C] front leg: 2 pieces @ 23-3/4″ (600mm).
[D] rear leg: 2 pieces @ 26-1/4″ (665mm) overall, angled back 15deg both ends, Being of equal distance from each other at all points..
[E] armrest support: 2 pieces @ 21-1/4″ (540mm) angled back 15deg one end.
[F] armrest: 2 pieces @ 23-3/4″ (600mm).
[J] table frame upright: 2 pieces @ 14-3/4″ (375mm).
[K] table frame front-rail outer: 1 piece @ 18-1/2″ (470mm).
[K2] table frame front-rail inner: 1 piece @ 18-1/2″ (470mm).
[L] table frame rear support: 1 piece @ 59-1/2″ (1510mm).
[M] backrest top The top and bottom frame member of a door or window (not the jamb). Cross member of panel doors or of a sash. Also the upper and lower member of a balustrade or staircase extending from one vertical support, such as a post, to another. The horizontal member of a fence.: 2 piece @ 18-1/2″ (470mm).
[N] seat slats: 6 pieces @ 20-1/2″ (520mm).
[O] table slats: 3 pieces @ 23-3/4″ (600mm).
[P] backrest slats: 6 pieces @ 35″ (890mm).
The Timber, lumber. The hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees and wood size
For cost reasons, this project is designed for using 1×6 (150mm x 25mm) and 2×4 (100mm x 50mm) wood – actual (true) size which is usually a rough wood before it has been See Dressed. or planed smooth.
Read more about that at the end of the instructions.
‘Lumber sources’ and ‘Materials you need’ are at the end of the instructions (scroll down).
The individual pieces
All pieces are 1×6 (25x150mm) lumber except for pieces [B], [E], [K2].
Pieces [B], [E], [K2] are 2×4 (100mm x 50mm) lumber. All Any of the three linear measurements, length, breadth and depth. are actual (true).