How to make a garden stool
A few years ago, I wrote about how to make an obgyn’s stool, a custom stool that allows for the use of both hands and an additional one on top of the one used to carry the stool.
A year later, I started experimenting with how to use my new stool, and I ended up using it in my garden.
I have had quite a few people ask me about my new garden stool and the results are amazing.
People ask me how I made it, how much time I put into it, what the biggest challenge was and I often tell them that I really like the results and that it has worked out really well for me.
The process of making the stool was relatively simple and I spent a lot of time on it, experimenting with various materials.
The first step was to cut out a small section of fabric and lay it over the top of my garden stool.
This is where you need to be careful to keep the stool in the same position as the ground, as this will cause it to fall over.
I then made a slit in the fabric and used a sharp knife to make the slit in two sections.
This section was then sewn together and glued together using the glue.
This allowed me to keep it from falling over in the garden.
Once the fabric was glued together, I took it to the back of the house where I started laying the material in a circle, starting with the lowest section.
Once I was satisfied with the thickness of the material, I placed the stool on top and started cutting out the next section.
This part took a bit longer, as I had to carefully cut the material out.
After all the material was cut, I laid the piece on top the other section, keeping it at the same level as the rest of the stool so that I could position the second section of the fabric on top.
Once all the fabric had been laid out, I simply taped the two sections together using two long staples.
This ensured that the second part of the stools fabric would stay in place.
When you start making your own garden stool you are not going to need a lot, and you can use any material that you wish.
I personally find that a thin layer of felt will work best, as it gives the stool a softness that I love.
The other benefit to making your garden stool is that it allows you to be more creative when it comes to the fabric.
The second section could easily be made out of fabric from a cheap towel, so you can customize the stool as you wish without worrying about damaging the fabric too much.
This means that you can make your own DIY stool without the cost of fabric.