1) Submitted by
Bill Head, from Cataula, GA
I ordered the twin seater plans to I can get a idea to make any style I want to. I build adirondack chairs so I thought I could get a idea how to build it.
2) Submitted by
Jeffrey S Forrester, from Grosse Ile, MI
I built this out of cedar and followed the instructions meticulously - there are some tricks to assembly that aren't apparent - like the short back supports for either side near the center get anchored to the strut at the same time the inside seat brackets get anchored - with the same 3" screw(s).
There was one oversight that I made - once I cut all of the pieces out on the table saw - and the curved pieces with the jig saw, I started assembly prior to rounding the edges with a router - that left sharp corners on the back slats. I confess it was a "newbie" mistake, but don't you make it.
Overall a very rewarding project and I spent many evenings grilling out on the deck sitting in this thing drinking beer and entertaining guests.
3) Submitted by
Fred Blatchford, from Tyrone, GA
Overall the plan is very good. There are dimension errors. Pieces C and D should be 16 3/8" not 15 1/2" as indicaded on cutting list.
4) Submitted by
Timothy Speir, from Onsted, MI
Double check plan measurements, there are a few errors. I made this out of white oak and used 6/4 to save on wood and enhance appearance. If I was to do over I would set the seat back another 2 or 3 degrees and raise the legs 1" 1/2.