Make a Rustic 3 legged Stool.


What is Green Wood? Green Wood is freshly felled, still sappy wood. To work it requires a set of simple techniques based on an understanding of how wood reacts - both to the tools, and to the drying and shrinking process. Because it is green, the wood is soft and easy to work with hand tools, and because of this, green woodwork creates little waste, and can utilise small trees and logs. It is therefore green in all senses of the word.


Rustic stools are made from cleft timber which is split with a froe and then worked up and shaped with an axe and a drawknife. You will learn how to use a shavehorse, create mortice and tenons with traditional hand tools and how to fit a wedge to secure the legs.   This makes a very simple stool, and is a great course that anyone can do - no experience needed.


Please let us know if you have any specific requirements or needs


Refundable up to two weeks prior to course (minus £5 admin fee) No refunds for cancellations within two weeks of course.


All materials and tools are provided for you on the day. You will need to bring a packed lunch - drinks are provided!


Wear suitable clothes for working outdoors.