Ideas for Build New York Folding Chair

Nov 16th

New York folding chair – If sitting on the lawn or a sandy beach is not your thing, consider a simple folding chair project. This chair is robust, yet easy to fold and transport. Although the chair is lightweight and low to the ground, it can strain your back come in and out of it. Still, a New York folding chair provides plenty of comfort and support.

Wood New York Folding Chair
Wood New York Folding Chair

Build New York wooden folding chair, cut two lengths of wood 48 inches long to serve as the long sides of the back. Cut two lengths of wood 25 inches long for the short sides of the back. Arrange the four back panels in a rectangle with the long sides of the short sides. Glue the joints together, then screw them together using 2-inch wood screws at each corner. Cut another length of wood 25 inches long. Cut two lengths of wood 44 inches long for the long sides of the New York folding chair. Cut two lengths of wood 22 inches long to the short sides of the seat. Make a rectangle with four pieces with their sides on top of the ends of the short sides.

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Attach two 1-by-2 inch pieces which measures 23 3/4-inches long horizontally across the seat frame at one end. Place the seat back rectangle inside the rectangle. Cut two lengths of wood 15 inches long and 25 inches long wooden stick. Position the two rectangles flat on the ground. Raise the backrest and secure the piece of dowel rod back support by lining up the drilled holes on the dowel rod piece with the holes on the seat rectangle. Drape fabric across the frame to form the New York folding chair.