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LEGO Patio Furniture How To Tutorial

LEGO Patio Furniture How To Tutorial


Jaystepher presents a tutorial on a modern Patio set complete with table with umbrella, complete with table with umbrella, and four patio chairs. Before we can construct our patio set, let’s take a look at the various parts that we’re going to be using. Let’s go over the white parts. Let’s go over the white parts. One 3 by 3 parabola, one 6 by 6 parabola, one 1 by 1 round plate, two 2 by 2 round plates, one 4 by 4 round plate, one 1 by 1 small nose cone, one 1 by 1 small nose cone, and one 1 by 1 round brick. and one 1 by 1 round brick. Let’s take a look at the yellow…. You’re going to use four 1 by 1 round plates, You’re going to use four 1 by 1 round plates, four 2 by 2 parabolas, four 2 by 2 parabolas, and four 2 by 2 by 2 seats. and four 2 by 2 by 2 seats. and four 2 by 2 by 2 seats. And finally, a 6-stud long stick with flange. And finally, a 6-stud long stick with flange. Now let’s get started. Let’s begin with the chairs for our patio set. Let’s begin with the chairs for our patio set. We’re going to take our 2 by 2 parabola, We’re going to take our 2 by 2 parabola, We’re going to take our 2 by 2 parabola, and going to take a 1 by 1 round plate. We’re going to place it on top here. And finally our 2 by 2 by 2 chair. It’s just a simple chair. So we’re going to the same thing with the other three. Really fast and quick construction. Really fast and quick construction. Our third one, and our last chair. And you can build this any color you like. I just chose yellow because it looks like what you would find on a normal patio set. Now let’s begin our patio table. I’m just going to use a 3 by 3 parabola dish, Now let’s begin our patio table. I’m just going to use a 3 by 3 parabola dish, and a 1 by 1 round plate. We’re going to place them on top of one another. Followed by a 1 by 1 round brick. And we’re going to take a 4 by 4 round plate, place it on the top. And we’re going to take a 4 by 4 round plate, place it on the top. We got our basic table. Now to attach our umbrella, we’re going to come in and we’re gonna simply slip our rod with flange inside the hole right here. That will strengthen up our table with base. Now let’s just scoot this off to the side here, and we’ll start with our umbrella. We’re gonna use a 6 by 6 parabola dish, and I’m going to take a 2 by 2 round plate. We’re going to slip on the bottom like so. and I’m going to take a 2 by 2 round plate. We’re going to slip on the bottom like so. And flip it over. We’re going to stick another 2 by 2 round plate for the top. And finally to cap it off, we’re going to take our 1 by 1 small nose cone, And finally to cap it off, we’re going to take our 1 by 1 small nose cone, put it right on the top here. So we have a nice molded umbrella that’s open, So we have a nice molded umbrella that’s open, and we’re gonna take our long stick, we’re going to simply insert it inside the hole like so here. and we’re gonna take our long stick, we’re going to simply insert it inside the hole like so here. It should snap in. You can make it any height you like. And there’s our patio table. Now let’s simply position our table anyway you like. We’re going to just put chairs around it, and it is mini-fig friendly. and it is mini-fig friendly. Now let’s take good ol’ Jayden McBrick. We’re going to have him take a seat at our patio table. And you can see that it works really well. You can even stick cups and plates on here and such, and it really is a great addition for any Lego patio or theme. I hope this tutorial helps everyone out. Thank you for watching!

65 comments found

  1. great tutorial! btw i think im ur biggest fan! i built almost evrey single tutorial and watched all of ur vids about 10 times! now i sound creepy sorry

  2. Wow! That's a great idea. And it's easy to make! Thanks, I will try it. By the way check out my channel, I have just started making Lego videos and nobody know me 🙂

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