This oak joint stool was measured in London and dates to 1650. The chip carved frieze on the apron is given a full size pattern on our plan, though this part of the project could be replaced with plain boarding for a quicker, less intense project for novices.This stool is ideal for a recreation or family room where seating may be occassionally crowded, or used for plants. All joinery is shown in actual size and curved workpieces are all in full size. You can measure and trace straight from the drawing. A bill of materials doubles as an exact cutting list and there is a detailed exploded diagram. All hardware requirements are provided. The exploded diagram is so detailed that project specific assembly instructions are not provided.
Note: Size is 18"x 11" by 20" high.