Free Plan: Sturdy Footstool
This small stool packs a big punch when it comes to learning new woodworking techniques. Angled mortise-and-tenon construction makes this simple project a little trickier because your joints need to be dead-on.
The stool can be made of short scrap pieces of mahogany (or your wood of choice) or from a single board 10 in. wide by 50 in. long. It has just four parts (two of them identical), and only one type of joint to practice and perfect. It’s a manageable project for a novice, but the angled through-tenons will offer a challenge to any level of woodworker.
CLICK HERE to download free plans for this Sturdy Footstool.