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  1. Folding Stool

    Christmas gifts for the kids and a few friends. The intent is to have them for camp (we do this every summer) so I made them out of white oak, finished with Tung oil. A prior blog covered some of my trials and tribulations, difficulty with the dowels, or perhaps some difficulty with me using...
  2. Folding Stools

    Being the cheapskate, uh, I mean frugal guy I am, I had some left over off-cuts from my last large project that I made in to some folding shop stools for a few friends in the neighborhood. Nothing fancy, but they are very handy and fold up neatly. Some left over stain and milk paint in different...
  3. Folding Stool and SUPERMODEL

    I made 4 of these Steve in Marin folding stools last weekend and gave one to my granddaughter today. She was very proud of it and just called to tell me that she loves it and has figured out how to fold/unfold it by herself! My daughter sent me a pic of Ella and her new stool so thought I'd...
  4. Folding Camp Stools

    My young grandsons are coming for a visit in a few months, so I've been keeping myself occupied by building things for them to take home. Ended up adding the ability to change the height by altering where the canvas hangs since I'm not sure what height would be best for each one. By adding...
  5. Folding Stool for Beer Swap

    I was trying to come up with a project for the beer swap and having no luck when I spied a a folding stool I had made years ago (picture 6). I thought why not make a drink holder for it like many folding picknic chairs have. The original was made of red oak and was plenty sturdy, so that is what...
  6. Folding Stools for Charity.

    Using up some of my scrap wood to make small folding stools for charity. Using Steve Ramsey's Mere Mortal plan. One to the kid who always waves when he rides by on his bike. One to the short neighbor lady who bakes and has trouble reaching her upper shelves, and so on. You can batch'em out in no...
  7. Blogs
    Christmas Merry Christmas to all! Got the presents open, kids have everything spread out over two rooms, and parts are migrating as I type. The Kids liked the folding stools I built a few weeks ago, stolen from Woodworking for Mortals, or meager mortals, or something like that. I watched SR...
  8. Blogs
    How to Build a Folding Stool Well I haven't had a chance to post a project video for sometime because things got busy around the shop. Now with things leveling out, I had a chance to shoot a video showing how to build a simple Folding Stool. This folding stool stands 24" tall with a round...
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