for a low stool. The drawings, however, stool of normal di-
these designs would in height and the by twelve or four-■1 used for weaving may be drawn around the two forming the top rail support, or w the bottom one of the two rods on and return back over the top inst ing underneath. The reverse ord used in the bottom modification de a basket.
14 to 18 inclusive, are somewnat uut ui «...v, ordinary both in design and construction, suggesting varying degrees of complexity and difficulty. None of them should l)e over sixteen inches in height or eighteen inches in length. The width appropriate for these maximum height and ngth dimensions should be about ten r eleven inches. These stools offer many interesting upholstering problems for the solu-
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