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  1. Thank you both so much! I don't have clamps to hold everything together, so I'll have to try the toothpick/glue idea. I will try to find some wood glue and give it a try this weekend.
  2. Hello all - first time posting and very amateur wood-enthusiast, please forgive my ignorance. I have a 60+ yr old camel saddle stool that needs repair. The long brad nails holding the legs to the frame are bent from years of use and I've had to repeatedly knock them back in. Now it seems the holes are too big to hold the nails at all - I guess it's abuse as a foot stool has wiggled the legs so much, the nails have hollowed out a larger hole. They’re also bent into the hole - as if they’ve held a lot of weight for years. Maybe it really was used as a camel saddle at some point - I know my