Skull Diy Templates And Instructions

For all you Do It Yourselfers- complete set of quality 1/4" thick hardboard MDF templates along with step by step detailed instructions (emailed PDF) so you can make your very own chair or set of chairs. , Unlike paper form templates, these templates will last years allowing you to make as many chairs as you like, ! NOTE: These are NOT COMPLETE CHAIRS, you will receive the templates and instructions to make your one chair or sets of chairs. Please Email me to receive a link to the instructional video.

Hardware- You will need a variety of hardware to assemble each chair. We have made it very easy and affordable- just click option above to add one complete stainless steel set to your order. If you where to search thru one of the big box stores for all these piece it would cost approx $38 and you will not find the quality which this kit incorporates.
Kit includes 100- Small head, decorative stainless steel screws, 8- Stainless steel bolts, 8-nuts and 16 washers along with black decorative covers for bolt heads.
Cup holder- If you would like a drop in cup holder - click the option above. Simply cut round hole in arm and insert. The cup holder has drain in bottom if you are placing the chairs in the weather. Large enough for can and thick coozy.
Tall pieces- We offer some extra pieces which make this standard height adirondack chair, slightly taller. This allows a more natural seat height and is much easier to get into and out of than the cozy adirondack style chair height. Click the option above to add these pieces. These piece will raise the chair from approx 13" height to 17" height.

TO BUILD: You will need some basic wood woodworking tools and have a good general knowledge of the tools and woodworking. you are handy at woodworking and would like to complete a great project with your family or buddies, below is a list of what you will need.
You can use a variety of different woods but pressure treated decking boards will be your best bet for the least amount of money. To complete this project you will need:
6- 5/4 x 6 x 8' boards (48 lineal feet). Try to find boards which are a full 1" thick boards (NOT the 3/4") This will make your chairs much more stable.
60- 1.5" stainless or coated wood screws
40- 2" stainless or coated wood screws
8- 5/16 x2 " Bolts nuts and washers
Preferred tools needed: Jig saw, table saw, chop saw, sanders, square, various drills, drivers and bits.
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  • Gregory V.

    Gregory V.'s review

    • May 28th 2019

    Templates are well thought out and made. They were packaged well for shipping and arrived with no damage. The plans and instructional video were more than adequate.

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