SX12 stool? table? FUN!

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Project by Geoffrey Young posted 545 days ago 1228 views 2 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Anather execise in simplisity and bad grammer, Useing the offcuts from the CNX project and some 12mm pine doweling i created this little stool/ side table.
Just made an X out of 40mm doweling, cut some bevels ,drill a hole or two, shape the edge.
Then stain with Mirotone NGR black, then seal, give the dowels an oil.
The dowels dont need glue, just pushed in and useing they’re collective stregth to keep it together.

And blam we have a stool, it’s light as a piklet and the seat moves with ya arse FUN!


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#1 posted 545 days ago

I love it. Your designs are really unique.

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#2 posted 544 days ago

Clever design. I like it.

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#3 posted 543 days ago

Looks amazing! Like your design, it’s modern and playful and the color is edgy.


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#4 posted 473 days ago

Cool stool, but wutza piklet?

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#5 posted 473 days ago

I think he means piglet…

Maybe it’s a SMALL PICKLE :-)

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