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When I built my first deck, almost 20 years ago, I thought I had it all figured out. 4 exhausting months later, I still was not done - I thought I had every detail measured out, only to find that I have got it all WRONG. So I decided to find a...
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Another 14 Inch High Stool
This design uses three different fastening techniques: notched rungs, wood dowels to connect the notched rungs to the legs to form the frame, and cross dowel or barrel nuts to fasten the seat to the frame. These require different equipment and...
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Asian-Inspired Stool
I drew this Asian-Inspired Stool after seeing the one that Alan Turner built and displayed in the Fine Woodworking Web Site. You might say that I was inspired to draw this in SketchUp
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Bar Stool
Here are step-by-step instructions for building a wooden stool for your home bar or kitchen diner. It's always handy to have extra seating for when you're entertaining guests. This barstool has a simple backless design and can easily be moved...
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Bar Stool
If you have decent woodworking skills, how can you beat Free Bar Stool Plans for your home bar seating? It's not every day you get something for free, but if you need bar stools and can build out of wood, why not take a look at these woodworking...
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Ergonomic Stool
Ergonomic stools provide the combined benefit of being both good for your back and being a convenient spare due to the fact that you can fold them up when they are not in use. The stool is surprisingly easy to construct: there are no complicated...
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Folding stool
This is such a simple woodworking plan and we seem to have a decent amount of visitors simply looking for a free, easy, and attractive stool to build. This stool plan is a nice beginner project and is an item that can be used for years.
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Handy Kitchen Stools
Instructions are for the taller of the two stools.
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Overlapping Joint Stool
This 18 high stool is another simple one to build where I’ve combined the advantages of the pinwheel structure (as in blog entry #1) with the strength and ease of an overlapping joint using stock lumber. The curved hand hold slot nicely fits...
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Pinwheel Stool
This is yet another version of the Pinwheel stool. There are some differences: besides the shape of the leg, I’ve gone to 3/4 plywood for both the legs and seat (or MDF for the seat), the seat diameter is bigger and the center post shorter....
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Pinwheel Stool 16 Inch Tall
This is another version of the Pinwheel stool. There are some differences: besides the shape of the leg, I’ve gone to 3/4 plywood for both the legs and seat (or MDF for the seat), the seat diameter is bigger and the center post a longer. Use...
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