Stool #4: Finish the legs and strechers (video)

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Blog entry by Woodshopfreak posted 2370 days ago 1054 reads 0 times favorited 18 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Okay, I had some difficulties so here is the video, it should work now. It was too long and therefore made youtube not accept it so here it is. Sorry for that. Also it kind of jumps around so it may be hard to understand what I doing but I was strained for time and had to cut out alot of stuff. Thank you and enjoy.

-- Tyler, Illinois

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#1 posted 2370 days ago

some of the first people may not be able to view, due to the uploading prossesing from

-- Tyler, Illinois

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#2 posted 2370 days ago

yah .. can’t see it :(

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#3 posted 2369 days ago

Hi Tyler,

I’ve seen it and I love it…........................keep up the fine work.

All the best

-- Informing & Inspiring Today’s Woodworkers:

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#4 posted 2369 days ago

another EXCELLENT video. For me, you touch on all the steps and the “why’s” behind them—very helpful.

Looking forward to the next step.

-- ~ Debbie, Canada (

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#5 posted 2369 days ago

Looking good. The best way to learn anything is trying to explain it and teach it to someone else. So keep it up – you’re doing great!

-- Like a bad penny, I keep coming back!

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#6 posted 2369 days ago

Another good job WSF. I like the way you think “out of the box” to use the tools that you have to do the work that you need done. For example: drill press to make pocket holes. Those sort of problem solving skills will get you a long way.

I got a chuckle about the dust mask.


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#7 posted 2369 days ago

You-Yes YOU are the MAN!

I am amazed at how much you have progressed in your video presentation.

You have to list “the hand” in the credits.

Loved it!

I like the images of the finished project at the end during the closing song.

You’re the best!

-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana,

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#8 posted 2369 days ago

Nice job on the stool, but Tyler you need to put your shoes on in the shop. I would point that out on anyone so I’m not being picky.

-- Bob Egbert AKA Sandhill

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#9 posted 2369 days ago

Great job Freak! A stool is something I’ve been wanting to tackle; nice to see the steps you took. Great video work too.

-- Rob (A) Waxahachie,TX

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#10 posted 2369 days ago

yah, I don’t have the nerve to attempt a chair.. but you did make it look do-able!

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#11 posted 2369 days ago

Tyler – another great video and project. Your maturity and skill level just amaze me. I can’t wait to see what you are posting in the next 5 years – it’s got to be some incredible work. Your Dad must be so proud – did he teach you what you know – or are you teaching him :-)).

-- Bill - "Suit yourself and let the rest be pleased."

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#12 posted 2369 days ago

that’s a good question! Who IS the teacher :)

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#13 posted 2369 days ago

Great video Tyler

-- Grumpy - "Always look on the bright side of life"- Monty Python

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#14 posted 2367 days ago

Thanks tyler might make one myself

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#15 posted 2367 days ago

fine job! That dust mask looks just like mine LOL

-- Scott - Chico California

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