|Project by Andrew||posted 10-24-2009 06:49 PM||1324 views||2 times favorited||5 comments|
I would like to start by saying a married a short one. God may not have measured twice. Anyway she needed help getting to the top shelf of anything. So I was tasked with creating a stool that was light. I would not allow us to purchase anything of the sort when There is so much scrap in my garage. I used a couple of ambrosia maple cutoffs from another project I am working on a bow front dresser for my daughter for Christmas. I’ll talk about that sometime in december. I included a handle so she would have to bend down to pick it up But she can also use it to steady herself. It also fits under the overhang of the kitchen counter island, with minimal toe stubbing oppurtunity. I guess all I have left to do is sand and poly.
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