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This well-thought-out project kit includes everything you need to make it yourself.

While the skill development for this project is weaving with Danish cord, you will first need to assemble a 12" × 18" × 17 1/2" high stool frame made of ambrosia maple using loose tenons and glue, and finish it with a cream beeswax polish. You will then learn how to weave the top using Danish cord and L-shaped nails. The instructions show you how to do a classic two-strand warp and weft weave that is completed in three stages: the warp, the wrap and the weft. (Say that five times fast!)

Components of the kit are listed under the Specifications tab.

The stool can be completed in approximately 7 to 12 hours, over three days, plus 24 hours for the glue to cure. Suitable for the beginner to intermediate maker, 14 years and older.

You will also have access to the step-by-step video and a downloadable copy of the written instructions.


Contents of the Danish Cord Stool Kit

4 ambrosia maple side rails, 9 1/2" × 1 1/2" × 3/4"

4 ambrosia maple front and back rails, 15 1/2” × 1 1/2” × 3/4”

4 ambrosia maple legs, 17 1/2" × 1 1/4" × 1 1/4"

16 floating tenons, 8mm × 22mm × 40mm

2002 GF glue, 250ml

Spool of unlaced Danish cord

L-nails, box of 100

1/16" drill bit

2" plastic spring clamp

Masking tape, 1" × 60 yards

1 pencil

3 Mirka sandpaper sheets, 9" × 11" (one each of 120x, 180x, 220x)

Clapham’s beeswax polish, 1.75 oz

Cotton rag

Vinyl gloves

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