Are you ready for more log furniture magic…Learn how-to carve a wooden tractor seat to make log bar stools it this quick video post by someone with a great deal of experience sitting at the bar. So go grab some hand-tools, we’ll head over to the workbench and I’ll show you how it’s done.
If only that old tractor could’ve talked, the stories it would’ve told … after the accident with the neighbor and his mule, that tractor seat and a little short piece of rope was about all that was left. Don’t ask me how I know, but Granddads sure would’ve been proud.
Making furniture from your own logs is one of the most rewarding things you will ever do. Setting at the bar telling tall tales on one of your own hand-carved, live-edge log bar stools, now that’s priceless!
These Live-edge Bar Seats are carved from 2″ thick x 14″ wide, rough-sawn, Ponderosa Pine slabs. Each seat averages 22″ in total width, the contoured carve out totals around 18″ x 12″ oval. They make the perfect wooden seat for swiveling bar stools.
Whether you like to sand it or not, when you make log furniture from whole logs with your chainsaw and an angle grinder, you are going to have to spend some time with your sander! Me, well you can call me Sandy…and I have my favorites!
Watch How-to Carve A Wooden Tractor Seat by Colorado wood and metal working artist Mitchell Dillman
As you see, when it comes to carving your tractor seat, there is one set of tools you won’t do without. The King Arthur’s Tools Royal Knights Choice Carving Kit comes with everything you need to hand-carve your very own tractor seat! Click here and learn more.
Note: Always read and follow the owners manual and all safety recommendations that come with your new tools! You life could depend on it.
Don’t waste a minute! Click here now and learn how to build a log bar chair!!!