Need 3 new outdoor stools.
Gonna switch over and use ash, cause working with PT is the pits.
I believe my templates were a bit off, I didnt work and tweak them to perfection, or I did what I saw, the rest is lack of skill.
Im not worried about each joint fitting like this one,Attachment 33596 cause I can always glue in a wedge and make the joint tight, and each tenon will be glued and a deck screws will be used.
It looks wide because I havent cut the tenons on the seat rails, but the seat area will be approx, 19x20, a nice size seat.
Alot of curves, alot of chisel work with the mortises.
I will sand it much more even, round over everything, this is just a rough fitting of the few parts Ive completed.
All mortises were cut before I cut the curves into the legs.
Just wanted to show Im still working on alot of flat stuff, although I cant follow Cody's act, at least not for another 15 or 20 years.
bad joint, sorry about the shaky hands on this one.Attachment 33595(bottom outside right)
the seat slats will rest on top of the upper rails, the side rails, and will have a slight incline towards the middle. I turned the bottom side rails the opposite way for design reasons.