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Added/Modified on August 13, 2014
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Shopping List:

5 – 1×4 Boards, 8′ Long
2″ Screws
1 1/4″ Screws
wood glue
wood filler
120 grit sandpaper
wood conditioner
paint brush


measuring tape
safety glasses
hearing protection
Kreg Jig™
circular saw

Cut List:

2 – 1×4 @ 26″ (Seat Side Aprons)
1 – 1×4 @ 21″ (Seat Front Apron)
2 – 1×4 @ 25 1/4″ (Seat Supports)
2 – 1×4 @ 24″ (Seat Sides)
6 – 1×4 @ 17″ (Seat Boards)
2 – 1×4 @ 14 1/4″ (Front Legs)
2 – 1×4 @ 28 1/4″ (Back Legs)
1 – 1×4 @ 24″ (Back Top)
2 – 1×4 @ 22 1/2″ (Seat Back Board and Seat Back Apron)

General Instructions

Make sure you are working on a clean level surface. Predrill and countersink you screws. Take a square after each step. Be safe and have fun. And use glue.

Step 1

Seat Aprons and Supports
Use 2″ screws and glue to build your seat aprons and supports as shown above. If you are using a Kreg Jig™, first fasten the green board to the blue board, then fasten the purple boards to the green boards.

Step 2

Seat Sides
Mark your seat boards 3/4″ on one side and the front side. Fasten to the tops of the seat, screwing to both the front and side aprons as shown above. If you are using the Kreg Jig™, It is a good idea to assemble you entire seat as done in step 3, and also you should first drill pocket holes in the side and front aprons before assembling in step 1.

Step 3

Seat Boards
Use 2″ screws and glue to fasten your seat boards to the seat supports. If you are using the Kreg Jig™, you would already have built the entire seat and now just need to fasten the seat to the aprons and supports.

Step 4

Front Legs
The easiest way to attach the front legs is from the inside of the seat. Use 1 1/4″ screws and glue. It’s also not a bad idea to add a 2″ screw from the top of the seat and also a 2″ screw into the side apron from the front of the leg.

Step 5

Seat Back
Use 2″ screws and glue to build your seat back as shown above. If you are using the Kreg Jig™, hide your pocket holes on the undersides of the green and blue boards above.

Step 6

Seat Back Apron
Use 2″ screws and glue to fasten your seat back apron to both the back seat board and the back legs, as shown above. If you are using the Kreg Jig™, you can simply fasten from the insides of the back apron to hide your pocket holes.

Step 7

Assembling the Back and Front
As shown above, fasten the seat back to the seat front. Use glue and 2″ screws, except use 1 1/4″ screws when fastening to the back l

Step 8

Securing Sectional Pieces Together
You are going to want to secure the sectional pieces together. Simply cut 2x4s to fit (shown in purple above) and place between the sectional pieces. Then screw together. You can also screw the legs together using 1 1/4″ screws.

Step 9

You can add cushions if you want (optional). If you do add cushions, you may wish to add an additional 1×4 scrap as shown above to keep your back cushions from falling in.

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