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Forty-two percent of judges agreed that Alex Leslie’s T-stool was The Most Daring Designand for that, he won a 1-year subscription to Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement from Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement Magazine. He had an interesting description of his design, too. The art of balancing and pivoting on this stool keeps the user alert and awake. If one dozes off, the resulting fall will either awaken the user or cause more prolonged unconsciousness. David Picciuto’s clean-looking plywood stool joined with pocket hold screws was judged as having the Best Use of Materials, earning him a Set of 3″ Bench Dogs from Time Warp Tool Works. Danny Siggers’s design was voted the Most Innovative Among Canadian Stools. For that, he won a Shockwave Drilling & Driving 35-piece Bit Set from Milwaukee Tool.

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Shop Stool Build Off
The Results by Chris Wong

Posted on February 14, 2014 This is a long post because there are lots of prize winners for the Shop Stool Build-Off! If you are listed as a winner, but have not received an e-mail from me, please contact me to organize the delivery of your prize!

Thank you to all the participants, sponsors, judges, and everyone who voted. Nearly 750 votes from readers of my blog were tallied and the Shop Stool Build-Off was a success well beyond anything that I had imagined!

Sponsors Please visit the websites of the sponsors and check out the prizes they have provided: Black & DeckerDeWalt Cordless Oscillating ToolPorter Cable 20V Lithium Ion DrillBridge City Tool WorksSigned edition of Quality is Contagious: John Economaki & Bridge City Tool Works, 36 Years Through the Lens of Joe FelzmanCanadian Woodworking & Home Improvement Magazine1 year subscription to the magazineHand Tool Schoolany 1 semester of The Hand Tool SchoolHock ToolsSpokeshave kit