>Its not always making fine furniture and fittings you know! As I work for myself, I very rarely say no to these little jobs. Generally because they can be dropped onto when I’m waiting for glue to dry, and you never know when these little jobs might lead onto bigger jobs. This one has been in my workshop for about two weeks waiting for me to get to it. Its a well made footstool, with all hand cut mortices and tenons. I think it was made by a deceased family member, so has a lot of sentimental value to my client. As you can see the leather seat has perished and given way(wish I’d been there to see that). So first job is to remove all the tacks, then I can lay out the old seat for a measurement.