Nov 12 , 2018

Saturday Morning Workshop: How To Build A Folding Adirondack Table

Don’t have an Adirondack chair? Click here and try building this convenient, folding design.

What It Takes

  • Time: 2 hours
  • Cost: $40
  • Skill Level: Beginner

Cutting List

Folding Adirondack Table Cutting List

Tech Art

Folding Adirondack Table Tech Art

The Family HandymanSaturday Morning Workshop: How To Build A Folding Adirondack Table Add some function to your front porch and try a new joinery technique with this folding Adirondack table.

Cut the arcs

Folding Adirondack Table 1

Draw the arc on both ends of one of the top slats (A, B, C). Cut the arc with a jigsaw and sand smooth. Trace the arc onto the rest of the top slats and cut with a jigsaw. Gang up all the parts in a vice and sand up to the line. Repeat the procedure on the non-angled ends of the legs (D).

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