These outdoor chairs were built using the plans on the Kreg website. I did recline the back about 6 degrees and shorten the seat bottom a couple of inches to make them a little more comfortable. All of the wood used except for the 2x4 legs came from pallets and crates that were just going to be thrown away. So, I get "green" points for this one;). I built 6 chairs total and only have about $10 in each including screws, glue, and stain.
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