Jim Robinson

Jim Robinson  |  Feb 06, 2009  |  0 comments
Almost fifty years ago, I constructed a garden seat based on a design in The Woodworker by Charles Haywood. It was made in Japanese oak and has given good service over the years, but it’s now sadly beyond any further patching up, as the photograph below left shows. This seat which forms the subject of this project is a replacement made with European oak. It’s 4ft 3in wide and stands almost 3ft high at the back (see fig 1). Stock…