I dug back in some old photos today to find a picture to illustrate my results with ferrous ion ebonizing solution.
What I found was a complete step by step captioned photo series that I made up about four years ago for a novice woodworker friend. It starts out taking measurements and angles off of my stool and then goes into extreme detail to describe how to duplicate it during the build of a second one.
The stool is my take on one I saw in Fine Woodworking several years ago (Tage Frid as I remember) but the design is surely older than that.
The captions are designed to guide a novice through the process so they may seem a little excessive to some.
Anyway, there are way too many pictures to post here so I will just give you the link to the Google + album.
It will explain itself.
( These stools were one of my first few project posts on LJ)
-- Paul M ..............If God wanted us to have fiberglas boats he would have given us fibrerglas trees. http://thecanadianschooloffrenchmarquetry.com/