Folding Stool Plan




Woodworking Plan: Folding Stool

Whether you need portable seating to use around a campfire or on the sidelines at a sporting event, this folding stool will support you well, and draw lots of curious glances from onlookers in your vicinity.

It’s based on an ancient design called a “faldstool,” and you’ve probably seen one in a movie set in medieval or Renaissance times. It’s the portable chair that a nobleman or a bishop sits on, the one with curved legs and arms that looks like it would fold together.

It looks more complicated to build than it really is, and you’ll learn a few new tricks along the way.

This plan is delivered as a 6-page Downloadable PDF, which you can view and/or print.

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