Sketch of the Day: Feast Table Stool


A stool to go with yesterday’s feast table.

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Plan of the Week: Garden Stool


The Chief’s Shop Garden Stool – use it as a seat or as a step up when working in the garden. The shelf offers a bit of storage for tools and supplies. And when you’re done working, you can also use it as a side table or an ottoman to prop up your feet. Miter saw, jig saw, drill/driver and Kreg Jig® are all you need to build it.

Click the image below to access the plan page and a pdf download.

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Sketch of the Day: Garden Stool


It may look like a side table (it’s a little low, but could serve as one), but this concept is for use as a working stool in a garden. The shelf gives you a place to store tools and supplies while you work. You can sit and work, or stand on the top slats if you need to reach something high.

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Sketch of the Day: Patio Dining Stool


This dining stool is a companion concept for yesterday’s patio dining table.

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Plan of the Week: Florida Chair Footrest


The  Chief’s Shop Florida Chair Footrest is a companion piece to last week’s Florida Chair. It gives you a little place to prop up your feet, or it can serve as a stool.

You’ll need a miter saw, jig saw, and a Kreg Jig to complete this project.

Click the image below to access the plan.

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Plan of the Week: Picnic Stool


The Chief’s Shop Picnic Stool goes with the Picnic Bench. The key feature is the drink holder, which is created by inserting a 4-inch atrium grate into the hole on the end. Glass bottles, soft drink cans, and plastic party cups easily rest inside. A circular saw, miter saw, jig saw, drill, and a Kreg pocket hole jig are all you need to make it.

Click the image below to download the plan.

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Sketch of the Day: Picnic Stool


Using the same design as the picnic bench from yesterday, this picnic stool concept also incorporates a drink holder made from a section of PVC pipe with an end cap and connector.

 

 

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Sketch of the Day: Outdoor Stool


I had 1 x6 dog-eared fence pickets in mind when designing this – specifically old, broken pickets pulled off a fence. This sketch is exactly what I plan to do with the ones I replace in a few weeks, so look for a plan soon.

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