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First thing is cutting down our 1 1/8 x 3 1/2 boards to length for the legs of the chair.

Now, we can cut down our project panel for the seat. We had just enough for both the bottom and back of the seat, so no screw ups here. We need to make angled cuts along the edges for a comfortable seating position. All of these angles and measurements are in the set of plans we have available HERE. Lots and lots of geometry went into this build lol.

Now with the same 1 1/8 x 3 1/2 material as we used for the legs, we need to cut these boards at the same angles as the back, so we can sandwich the back of the seat panel in-between to keep it in place. We also need another piece so the bottom of the seat can sit flush with the front and be screwed into. I know it’s a lot right now, it’ll make sense when we start assembling I promise!

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