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Thank you for considering your wife's grandparents with practicle gifts from their tree. I recently had a backyard tree which my grandfather & I sat under everyday. It too was 60 years old. I wish I'd had the forethought to keep part of it.
Ironic, I was thinking of her calling her grandfather Papaw, then read on your profile you're in Brandon, Ms, I'm a stone throw from you. Following when I can figure out how.
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Absolutely love, mscharch! After thoroughly reading the steps and all the comments the only thing I'd wish to see is a pic of the 2 tables in the room. I too am a sewer, but don't have a 6'6" 250lb hubby who could build this, much less one who can do squat with a hammer (in lieu of that shortcoming, I live through others' blessings).
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I'd love to know the buckle brand. GOOD buckles are hard to find.
A little late, sixtrees, but could you explain the steps of your modification for not having a buckle?
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What are "seems"? Could you possibly explain the term? I'm an inexperienced/new wood worker. I really should find a glossary of terms through Google. I love the deck railings!
I forgot to ask, where did you find the hammer?
Why I haven't tried to make one of these like my grandfather's, I have no idea. Thank you, Daniel, for the instructable. I'm also going to for the medieval needle case. I have a sterling toothpick case and the needle case would be more natural. I love all things natural.
I've utilized this many times when I didn't have, or didn't want to use screws. My problem is applying too much force and folding the nail. Usually after 4 bent nails the fifth does the trick. Live & Learn. If you're going to do something, do it correctly, or do't do it at all.
I forgot to say, THANK YOU, for including the photo of the cutaway.