Umbrella Stand archive

Tuesday 17 January 2012

Andy Standing presents this project which gives you a place to store your brollies

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In the past, no hallway would have been complete without an umbrella stand.

Often, an exotic and decorative object, it would be used to hold walking sticks, umbrellas and other paraphernalia. Here is a simple design to make a hexagonal stand. In order to cut the angles accurately for the joints, you really do need a good table saw. However, if you do not have one, you can cut the joints by hand and use a plane to smooth the edges to the correct angle.


Woodworkers Institute

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Umbrella Stand , Andy Standing

You Will Need

1. Sliding bevel/protractor
2. Table saw/handsaw
3. Biscuit jointer
4. Router
5. Webbing clamps
6. Block plane
7. Finish of choice

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