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I have been wanting to do this for a while and finished it up during Christmas vacation.

I built the Oak stool during the summer. I used 2 inch Foam, Milled leather for the top / Veg tan for the sides and a couple old badges.

Presto !! 

I now have a fancy place to put my buTT!

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Now..that is pretty cool..and "the glimpse" of the machine.

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What the others said!

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Bravo Bravo

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That is awesome! I love that color...I've been looking at trying something similar in a drum throne for my oldest...

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Great job!  I have never tried tooling milled leather, but yours turned out nice.  Any tricks versus tooling plain veg tan?

Gary

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Looks Great!

 When i saw the post, I thought, Huh.... Someone else has singer stools...    :)

 Not quite the same.... These are old cast iron ones that can raise and lower depending on machine...

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I haven't figured out how to respond directly, without messaging. I think it has to do something with that Quote button.

Anyways -

Garypl - No tricks. I didn't really tool it. I just carved it then spread the cut open more with a ball scribe. I tried to tool a piece of that milled leather, but it was too soft. It just mushed outward. It left an impression, but it just wasn't right. Plus I think it would ware of quickly because the leather is so pliable.

Leathersmyth - That stool is awesome! I actually looked for one of those as my first idea and found one in UK somewhere, and it was pricy. Very nice! Let me know if you ever want to sell that, or know where to get one. I think they are pretty hard to find.

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1 hour ago, CZoc said:

I haven't figured out how to respond directly, without messaging. I think it has to do something with that Quote button.

Anyways -

Garypl - No tricks. I didn't really tool it. I just carved it then spread the cut open more with a ball scribe. I tried to tool a piece of that milled leather, but it was too soft. It just mushed outward. It left an impression, but it just wasn't right. Plus I think it would ware of quickly because the leather is so pliable.

Leathersmyth - That stool is awesome! I actually looked for one of those as my first idea and found one in UK somewhere, and it was pricy. Very nice! Let me know if you ever want to sell that, or know where to get one. I think they are pretty hard to find.

However you did it, it looks great!

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You don't need to use the quote button..although you can..

another way is just to copy what you want to reply to..say for example

I haven't figured out how to respond directly, without messaging. I think it has to do something with that Quote button.

but add this [*quote]..before it..and this [*/quote] after it...but without the *s

that will make this happen

I haven't figured out how to respond directly, without messaging. I think it has to do something with that Quote button.

Et Voila !! :-)

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