Have you ever had one of those wood projects that just did not come together? Well this months project, a garden stool, was the project like that. The good news is that I learned a lot from it and I hope that you can learn from my mistakes too.
Marilyn made a suggestion that we needed a small foot stool in our camper trailer. That got me thinking that it needed to be small and light. As it turns out this stool would be great for a small person sitting next to the campfire or it would look great on the deck with flower pots sitting on it. How every you use it we think it will be a nice addition.
Here is another one of those simple projects that look great and the results are especially fun for little kids. This simple little stool gives children a place to sit and join in with the adults when everyone is sitting around having a good time.
You can easily make your own step save with a few common workshop tools and 52 inch length of 1 x 12 inch board … and, best of all, says Gall, the handy stool can be constructed in less than an hour.
How to cut a stump with a hand saw to make a stool.
This farm stool shop project is simplicity itself and produces a danged useful sitter, including diagram and assembly instructions.
By Bob Smalser – Here is an article on how to use a brace with a long auger, for instance, to bore through a deep keel at a slight angle without the hole breaking through the side. IF this case, for drilling holes in a chair seat.
Being some useful notes on late medieval turned triangle stools, backstools, and chairs.
This free woodworking projects plan is to build a kids size wooden stool.
I made this simple step stool for my grandson Michael. It is made of 3 ft of 1X10 pine. Simple butt joints reinforced with screws make this an easy project for the beginner, or perhaps a childs first project. Help yourself to the plans!