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LostArtPress on InstagramSaturdays are for working out my personal stuff. This stool is headed in the right direction and will get an H-stretcher real soon.The dugout chair on its way to its forever home. All hail the new king and queen of Casey County, Ky.One of my design missteps. The problem? It doesn’t have the looseness of a real milking stool. Still, it holds your rump off the floor so it can stick around.
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Category Archives: Make a Joint Stool from a Tree
This is an excerpt from “Make a Joint Stool from a Tree” by Jennie Alexander and Peter Follansbee. Now we can return to the framing parts, starting with the stiles. The first step is to layout the mortises. We’ll outline these … Continue reading
An excerpt from “Make a Joint Stool from a Tree” by Jennie Alexander and Peter Follansbee. Most joined stools have a bit of turned decoration between the squared blocks containing the joinery. This turned work is simple enough, but entire … Continue reading
Good news: All of the orders for “The Anarchist’s Design Book” shipped out today. We thank you for both your patience and your impatience. We hope the book will be worth your wait. I barely remember our book-release party on … Continue reading
Peter Follansbee, one of the authors of “Make a Joint Stool from a Tree,” dug up some photos of historical examples of chairs that Randle Holme drew in the 17th century. The photos of chairs are here. Peter also wrote … Continue reading
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Jennie Alexander requested that I show a photo of her bench hook (aka planing stop) that is made with a bit of saw steel. If you look close you can see the mortise she cut in front of the wooden … Continue reading