New Legs For Wife's Foot Stool

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Project by Steve Kreins posted 177 days ago 600 views 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

My wife wanted new legs on her footstool without wheels and a few inches higher. I used poplar and got to try out my new router table. I put felt pads on the legs and she’s a happy wife. So I’m a happy husband. Even though they don’t show I routed the 2×2 stock for practice.

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#1 posted 177 days ago

Whether they show or not isn’t necessarily the most important thing. You got it done and you were both happy with it. Good job!

-- Howard - "Time spent making sawdust is not deducted from one's lifetime." - old Scottish proverb

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#2 posted 176 days ago

Those look pretty “factory” to me. Good work.

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#3 posted 176 days ago

right on buddy, now you can take that one off the’’ honey do list’’ It’s getten better all the time

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#4 posted 176 days ago

Nice work Steve… As Grumpy stated, one more “to do” off the list…

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#5 posted 171 days ago

Great work on that foot stool. Very nice legs and I’m sure it will serve your wife well for a long time.

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