30 Outdoor Furniture Projects you can make with a Kreg Jig
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Want to build outdoor furniture with your Kreg Jig pocket hole jig? Check out a ton of project ideas – great for beginner woodworkers!
As the weather warms up, it’s time to start getting your backyard and patio ready to enjoy the summer season.
If you enjoy woodworking, you might be planning to build your own outdoor furniture this year.
Our favorite way to build furniture is using pocket hole screws and our Kreg Jig pocket hole jig. This tool makes it so easy to build sturdy, beautiful furniture!
There are a lot of different DIY outdoor furniture projects you can tackle this season. Some outdoor furniture ideas include:
Outdoor sofa or love seat
Dining table + chairs
Fire pit + seating
Grill tables or carts
Whether you want to turn your patio into a second living room, use your screened porch as a second living room, or just add a rocking chair to your front porch, building new furniture is a great way to take your outdoor space to the next level.
We thought it would be fun to round up a ton of ideas for outdoor furniture you can make with a kreg jig.
Some of these projects are by us and some are by our blogger friends. They all include step by step tutorials. Some also include how to video demonstrations and even free woodworking plans!
I hope that these project ideas inspire you!
Kreg Jig Outdoor Furniture Project Ideas
Outdoor Furniture Projects you can make with a Kreg Jig
Check out all of these ideas + tutorials for DIY outdoor furniture projects that you can build with a Kreg Jig pocket hole jig!
I have steps going down my front door. Any ideas on how to make rails for these steps?
Monday 26th of April 2021
It would be dependent on how your steps are laid out, but you'd need a solid post for the base, at least one baluster for each step, and a railing. You'll have to cut the railing to length and at the angle of your steps, then attach a baluster cut to length. There are a lot of ways to do this, more than I can comment here.