Woven Plywood Stool

You did a great job on that stool. Great look. I’ve been into woodworking for years, and now that I’m retired, I’ve decided to repair my workshop and come back to it. I’ve also decided to add a lathe to my tool chest and have already turned a few bowls and some handles to reinforce […]

You did a great job on that stool. Great look. I’ve been into woodworking for years, and now that I’m retired, I’ve decided to repair my workshop and come back to it. I’ve also decided to add a lathe to my tool chest and have already turned a few bowls and some handles to reinforce my chisel. I like the mallet…

I made one using a 3-layer plywood plan…really useful. Working with wood relaxes me a lot.I love the mix of casual and elegant and the attention to detail is amazing. Your talent definitely made it more of a job than the sum of its parts.

This is a very beautiful stool!! It takes your imagination in completely different directions. However, a quick question from those new to the craft: What is the purpose of the round walnut insert on the underside? Is it an accent piece or does it add to the strength of the project in some way?

Very, very nice man! The grain and pattern are great. I love this technique and what a great piece! I saw you using the special mallet you made. very cool.I was wondering what the advantage is of having the 2 lower brackets attached to the other 2 posts instead of the legs. Is it stronger this way?

Or so they don’t stumble? It was really nice to be able to see this building from start to finish. I think I could make a stool like this, but I don’t think I can drill the holes in the legs as precisely or exactly as yours should. I’ve watched you mark the midline for the holes a few times.

I tried this in the past but didn’t know if I could trust my results. Your sensitivity and confidence are impressive. I have a long way to go.

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