Anybody else do any woodworking (I'm not talking about basic carpentry)? If so, show some of your projects! Here is a folding step stool I just finished up for my mom using dark red mahogany (legs/stretchers/dowel) and black limba (steps). They refinished their kitchen and the new cabinets are too high for her. Pics and details: Homemade router jig (too stubborn/cheap to buy a router table) being used to cut the dado's for the first step in the front legs at 60 degrees: Lay out of rear legs and stretchers: Glue up of stretchers once the front and back legs were drilled & joined for the pivoting dowel: Third layer of Polyacrylic finish applied: Finished! Total of 6 applications of finish, I probably could have stopped at three (above) but wanted to get a deeper colour, and to increase durability (hence why I used Poly acrylic). Routed the top edges of the steps so they weren't sharp: I cut my own wood plugs to cover up the top step screw holes. I would love to see what some of you other creative bastards have done. I think my next plan is to build a wooden TB.com-branded lambic basket. Thanks for looking guys!