Make an Outdoor Chair | Pocket Hole Woodworking Project

How to make a modern outdoor chair. This is a beginner woodworking project that you can do with just a saw and a pocket hole jig. I built this outdoor chair using common pine from my local home store. Amazon and other affiliate links are used in this description and they help support this channel.

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➤Products I Use and Recommend
Massca M2 Pocket Hole Jig:
Outdoor Pocket Hole Screws:
Pocket Hole Plugs:
1 1/4″ Outdoor Screws (for seat slats:
2 1/4″ Outdoor Screws:
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Option 1 Tight Fit:
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