Chestnut Stool Legs

dry fit legs, stretchers and seat blank
dry fit legs, stretchers and seat blank

The chestnut legs had previously been cut to rough dimensions and joinery cut. A 3/4-inch round over bit was used to create round over for the inside edges. This was done at the router table. Then the two outside faces were tapered (smaller towards the seat) at the band saw and cleaned up with sanding block.

The stool was dry assembled to check fit and marked to cut legs to length.

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