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  1. I built one prototype bar stool and two kitchen side chairs in times past, using poplar wood, and I had to do something with them. So, I decided to practice spraying colored lacquer (a new technique for me). Wow! They sure are blue. When I selected the colored lacquer, I thought it would be darker. Oh well. Blue is the new gray. The side chairs were sprayed and assembled in multiple steps so that there would be no blue lacquer over-spray on the clear lacquer details. Thanks for looking. Danl
  2. View File Workbench Magazine July-August 1967 Spanish Ottoman With black, leather-grained vinyl, decorative brass tacks and molded wood carvings, this ottoman simulates the simple elegance of furniture made by early Spanish peasants. A modern addition is the foam-rubber cushion for comfort. Source: Workbench Magazine July-August 1967 Submitter John Morris Submitted 09/07/2020 Category Furnishings
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    With black, leather-grained vinyl, decorative brass tacks and molded wood carvings, this ottoman simulates the simple elegance of furniture made by early Spanish peasants. A modern addition is the foam-rubber cushion for comfort. Source: Workbench Magazine July-August 1967
  4. From the album: Shaker Furniture

    I have already turned the posts and rungs and assembled this New Lebanon Shaker stool, next time I will install images of some of the process that is required to build these wonderfully simple stools. But for now, I'll show a couple images demonstrating the weave of these stools.
  5. From the album: Shaker Furniture

    The seat is weaved, and I placed the accompanying stool with it. I am pretty happy how this one turned out. I'll create plenty more, this was just too much fun.
  6. I built this foot stool to put my feet and one day I was gone somewhere and when I came home, my granddaughter who was about 4 yrs old at the time decided its legs were cold so she remedied the poor foot stool cold legs. It took a few years to get those leggings off. Ya just can't love grandkids enough. Preston
  7. From the album: Shaker Furniture

    This Shaker New Lebanon Stool is finished, I am very happy with my first weaving job I did on this one. I love the color of the cloth tape, it works wonderfully with the cherry wood. You can see the project at Shaker Stool Build
  8. From the album: Shaker Furniture

    Once about half the seat is completed, the weave start getting really tight, and the roll of cloth tape will no longer fit between the weaves, so I made this shuttle from some of the scrap cherry I had on hand. It's about 3/16" thick, by about 8" long and 1.5 inches wide with a taper on the end.
  9. I have the parts. This is my first spindle turning project. A warm up for my shaker rockers and chairs. Not much right now. Legs to the right, rungs in the center, and four fails on the left. I used some of this 10/4 cherry to get the parts from. The parts pre turned. Right now I'm building a small drill press jig to bore the rung holes into the legs with. I'll check in later!
  10. Hey guys, I am making a small stool today for my first shaker chair project, it's a warm up to get me used to using the lathe, and weaving the seat. The stool will be similar to the one below. My question is, the tops of the legs are rounded. And obviously exposed to view. When I turn these legs, which end should I mount to the lathes spur drive. I am using a traditional spur drive with a live center, if my terminology is even correct. Thanks for any help.
  11. My wife made this stool. I made the wooden base and turned the legs. It is made of layer of foam glued together and batting. Of course she made the cover and I think she did a beautiful job.
  12. Maybe it will give my back a rest? When not in use, I can slide it under the bench. A wee bit taller than the Tool Chest #1, and a bit more PADDED for my rearend. Seemed to work.
  13. Was just browsing around this afternoon (can't put a full day in the shop yet) and stumbled upon this neat trick. I am always coming up with wobbly stools, chairs, tables, etc - anything with legs - regardless of how many times I trim them down. This trick solves the problem
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