Here is a free woodworking project of a patio chair that can be quickly made if you have the necessary material and a little time.
The chair is designed for patios, backyards, gardens, porches, etc. and it very much resembles the famous Adirondack chair. In the next picture you can see what this patio chair looks like.
The one-seater patio chair is 776,5mm (30 9/16 in.) depth, 656 mm (25 13/16 in.) wide and 974,5 mm (38 3/8 in.) high.
The two-seater patio chair is 776,5mm (30 9/16 in.) depth, 1189,5 mm (46 13/16 in.) wide and 974,5 mm (38 3/8 in.) high.
The plan consists of two parts, one for the construction of the one-seater version and the other for the construction of the two-seater version. If you like this design, you can expand it by making a rectangular table in a similar way. The table size should be adjusted, so that the chairs you have made match it. If you need lightweight patio chairs that need to be moved often, this is not the plan for you as the chairs made according to it are quite heavy (depending on the type of wood you use, of course).
As for the material, you need only rounded logs and wood screws. Chair crafting itself is all about cutting the logs to dimensions needed and chair assembling with the screws. When assembling, always drill pilot holes prior to tightening the screws. Due to the large number of screws in the project, we do not recommend any split-and-crack-prone tree species.
In the next pictures you can see what this patio chair looks like after finishing.