Sep 30 , 2019
Pocket hole jigs are a DIYer’s best friend when it comes to simple joinery. We used the Kreg K4 jig, but any pocket hole system will work.
Cut parts to length
Cut the leg rails (A), seat rails (B) and back rails (C) on the miter saw based on the dimensions in the Cutting List. Our cedar boards had a sanded face and a rough face. To ensure the rough faces are hidden in your project, gang up the boards so that the rough sides face each other when you cut them. Set a stop on your miter saw at 23-3/4 in. and cut the slats (D).