Woodworker's Journal 101-Projects-for-Woodworkers, страница 158
each of the angled back posts into place on the base frame: then drill holes for two x Vh" carriage bolts, located as shown in the drawing.
The two armrest posts F are cut to length, then half-lapped and joined to the base frame with \W #12 flat-headed screws. The armrest G is cut to the dimensions shown in Detail D. After cutting the angled half lap, attach the arm to the post top with a ^-diameter blind dowel. The angled half lap is assembled to the back post D with two % x 2W carriage bolts, as shown.
Next, the twelve seat slats N can be cut to length and width and nailed into place (use galvanized nails). One board on each seat will have to be notched to fit around the armrest post F. Allow about Vk" between each board. In order to fit, the board that butts against the back posts D will have to be ripped to a width narrower than the other slats. Note that the seat slat ends will
overlap the short frame rails 8 about on each end.
Cut the four table posts E to size, then haif-lap one end. Glue and screw them to the frame as shown. Cut the tabletop H to the dimensions shown and join the individual boards with the two tabletop cleats M. Finally, attach the table-top to the table posts with %"-diameter blind dowels. If desired, drill a hole in the tabletop center to accept an outdoor lawn umbrella.
Next, cut stretcher P to the length shown. Then cut the two stationary legs C to length and drill the &"-deep stretcher sockets. Half-lap one end of each leg, then assemble the stretcher and attach it to the base frame using two %t" carriage bolts. Cut the wheel legs O to length and half-lap one end. Referring to Detail C, assemble the wheel axle K to the wheels J.
Give the entire project a thorough sanding.