Make a fishing stool so you can stay dry, keep cool and quench your thirst without even getting up!
Secure remaining panel as you did in Step 1, positioning it on other side of chair about 50mm from bottom of legs.
Reinforce chair with panels. To do this, measure and cut a piece of 6mm plywood for each side of chair (they need to be flush with front and back legs and about 300mm high). Position 1 panel flush with underside of armrest, apply glue, predrill and drive in screws to secure. Wipe away glue runs with a damp cloth. imageTitleStep
Before attaching table to chair, use a paint tin or similar to mark a circle about 90mm in diameter where you want drink holder. Drill a hole within marked circle, then insert jigsaw blade and cut out circle. Lightly sand plywood.
Attach card table stays. To do this, hold table at 90° to chair legs. Mark position of stays. Note that screws are located at equal distances on legs and table from pivot point – this may take a couple of goes to perfect. When you have correct positions, mark then affix stays. Table should lay flat in closed position.