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This was supposed to be a stepstool - Mike Brady - 04-24-2019

I just made this little stool for the kitchen pantry to allow my wife to reach the upper cabinets.  When my grandson arrived today he immediately spied it and now it's a desk and/or chair.  There has been a big board of 14" wide white pine in my stash, and it allowed me to have two sides without joined panels, plus the steps.  It was a fun rainy day project.

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RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - rectangle618 - 04-24-2019

Nice, Mike. Your customer looks pleased with it, too.


RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - stav - 04-24-2019

As big as he is already, he'll get too big for it soon. Then your wife can have her step stool back.  

It looks great btw.


RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - MarkSingleton - 04-24-2019

Before you know it, it will be a step stool for him too.

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RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - Gary G™ - 04-24-2019

The best reason for what we do!


RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - cputnam - 04-24-2019

Great rainy day project indeed!


RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - Bibliophile 13 - 04-25-2019

And a great project on which to practice dovetails, too. Well done!


RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - Admiral - 04-25-2019

Next project is a desk for him.....


RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - Rob Lee - 05-02-2019

Hi Mike -

Here's one you may be interested in.... my son just made one of these for granddaughter #1. It's a hack of an Ikea stool - but would be straightforward to make from scratch.

Learning Tower

Kids love it!

Cheers -

Rob


RE: This was supposed to be a stepstool - Bill_Houghton - 05-02-2019

OSHA would be proud of that learning tower than Rob Lee posted - guard rails and all.