100 Weekend Cross-Stitch Gifts by Barbara Finwall

By Barbara Finwall

Книга содержит небольшие схемы вышивки крестом и идеи их применения в оформлении интерьера.

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I liked the saw because of the history of it, and I bought it from an antique shop in Alabama. It turned out to be quite sharp, and I use it for fine cuts. People always ask me, why do I hand saw stuff so much? One reason might be simply to stay in practice. Sometimes it’s easier just grabbing a saw and making a few swipes than running an electrical cord. I also use small dovetailing saws and get them from the Home Depot for 13 bucks. Whenever one of them gets dinged up, I just throw it in my junk drawer.

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After that I cut off about 6’ of truss rod that will be supported by those flanges I just cut. Figure 2-23 shows the rod in the chopping band saw. Figure 2-23. Cutting off some steel rod I drilled holes in the center of the disks corresponding to the diameter of the truss rod. I used my Rigid milling machine, which doesn’t get a lot of use. It’s good for long, slow drills. After cutting the center holes I gave each truss a quick polish on the belt sander. Then I drilled the mounting holes with the drill press, with countersink bits to help the brass screws fit flush.

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