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Project by rdwile posted 01-22-2016 05:23 PM 810 views 2 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This little guy is 14” wide x 7” deep x 9” high and made from Walnut and Ash. The legs are turned and attached with wedged through tenons and splayed toward the corner making a very stable platform. The shape lends it better to sitting while tying ones shoes, etc.

The “seat” is cut from a 2” piece and uses the same technique as a curved chair back.

Finish is just semi-gloss wipe-on poly.

Cheers,

Richard

-- Richard D. Wile, http://richard-wile.blogspot.ca/





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pmayer

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#1 posted 01-22-2016 09:39 PM

love this. very sweet design.

-- PaulMayer, http://www.vernswoodgoods.com

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#2 posted 01-23-2016 03:30 AM

The leg and seat shape go together nicley

-- socrbent Ohio

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#3 posted 01-23-2016 04:22 AM

Was there a stool building contest that I missed the memo on? The project list must have 20 stools in a row all built by different jocks.

-- Matt CueBall Rosendaul. I don't think I've ever had a cup of coffee that didn't have cat hair or sawdust in it.

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#4 posted 01-23-2016 04:36 AM



Was there a stool building contest that I missed the memo on? The project list must have 20 stools in a row all built by different jocks.

- CueballRosendaul

I think most of those were class projects for a shop class.

Herb

-- Herb, Florida - Here's why I close most messages with "Be Careful!" http://lumberjocks.com/HerbC/blog/17090

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