In the Shop: Catchin’ Up on Stools


I teach a lot of woodworking classes at the Nature Center in our community. Mostly the classes involve pre-cut kits from my shop. Students range in age from about 8 to 80. At the end of each class I generally have 2 or 3 “spare” kits left over. They tend to accumulate and go unassembled for several months. At some point I take a few days or a week to catch things up. This week I’m assembling extra stool kits based on George’s video, How to Build a Stylish Stool.

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6 Responses to “In the Shop: Catchin’ Up on Stools”

  1. Tom Hamp

    I would sure like ot make a couple of stools for my wood shop. Can I order them?

  2. bill

    interesting topic. i was in a shop a year or so back purchasing a pc of equipment from them and they had a hand made custom stool seat shaping template and router system that was very interesting.

  3. jim adams

    working on building a stand for my wife's turtles. she want a tank that is 2' by 4'. to give them room to run around LOL.

  4. stephen

    love your silt

  5. Gerald Price

    I'm in the design stage of creating a full size router table using ideas from several different resources. Since my shop is small, everything must be on casters so it can be moved to have access room.

  6. Tom Hamp

    I'd like to build a couple of stools for my garage and wood shop.