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How to line the bottom of a box

01-25-2014 02:37 PM by MyChipCarving | 8 comments »

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Lining a box or drawer

01-05-2014 12:12 AM by pallystu | 6 comments »

I have been asked how I line the boxes and drawers in my projects so I thought I would post this here. I don’t have any pictures or videos of how I do this but I can say how I do it and say some lesions I learned by messing up first hand so you don’t have to. trust me nothing is worse then ruining a nice project with a poor lining job! Your experiences may be different then mine and im not a professional by any means but this has worked out for me. Lining can be strange at first s...

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Beads Box #1: Carcass Design (which saw to use to cut the box?)

02-27-2009 06:18 PM by PurpLev | 6 comments »

My mom is doing some amazing bead work. one time when I went with her to the beads store, I saw a small box/cabinet that the store used to store (no pun intended) the beads in, and thought it would make for a great way for my my to have all her beads organized – and I can make it. After completing my handtool box (at least the general construction of if) it made me think that I can scale it down and use the same ‘general design idea’ for the beads box. plus some additions...

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How to flock a box without flocking.

06-06-2008 04:03 AM by GaryK | 18 comments »

Got an empty box that needs some kind of lining. How about fabric? I have never used flocking to line the inside of a box before so I can tell you if it’s any easier the my method. I do know that my method gives you an unlimited choice of colors and patterns of fabric. Also you get as many chances to do it right as you want. If you don’t like it just rip it out and start over. You all might remember this box from the build something without glue or fastener compitition?We...

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