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Excellent knife! Maybe you could say it's a "leftie" knife for the asymmetrical handle.. I wonder if there's a way to work the holes from the brake disc into an attachment, probably asymmetrical, through the antler. possibly make identical holes through the antler, then run a wooden peg, or another plug of antler thru all three layers? Since the peg (and epoxy) would be perpendicular to the tang and antler, it might keep it all together better than parallel layers with epoxy? I've found in my work, that something like a "flaw" is better if it is used than concealed.. you've got my vote(s). Show us more!
Thank you! My kid couldn't have metal props so I used foiled cardboard from a party supply/cake decorating place. Now I want to make a brass fan for the wall!
This is so awesome, it made me late for work! Could the supporting legs be filled with a quick-set type concrete, as in, mix it in a bag, cut off a corner and squeeze it into the hollow leg? A block of wood could be the "cap" for the screw to attach through the rug?
Very interesting and inspirational. Would agar agar work as a substitute for ewax? I buy the flakes, boil them up, strain it, store ti, covered, in the frig and strain again before using it. Sometimes I reboil it if I'm using some of the water along with the resulting gel, maybe that's just to comfort me that I'm killing any bacteria from my kitchen?
Yes, the risks of the under layers of turf fields is known, but what about the lead in the grass blades? I've heard terrible stats on levels of absorb-able lead in astroturf, artificial Xmas trees and artificial flowers.. Is it the green color?
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