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By Tom Zieg

Expressions of religion and love for the Lord abound during this choice of greater than three hundred special scroll observed styles for inspirational and Christian motifs. ideal for scroll observed artists and appropriate for any craft medium, those appealing designs can be utilized to make wall plaques, nativity units, vacation adorns, presents, jewellery, work, practical items akin to serviette holders, letter openers, and puzzles. The styles incorporated are The final Supper, The Fish, The Lamb of God, Chi Rho, Jonah and the Whale, Daniel within the Lion's Den, Moses Parting the purple Sea, Noah's Ark, Praying childrens, a church, and the big name of the Apostles. additionally supplied to crafters is the background and that means in the back of the symbols in addition to the normal value of alternative colors.

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A hole saw or hole cutter is a blade in the shape of a ring which has a pilot drill bit at the centre. To make this cut, the side of the shelf is mounted and clamped in place and the quarter-circle is drilled out. Because the teeth of the hole saw are spinning around a fixed centre, the accuracy of the quarter-circle would have been far superior. You can build this nursery shelf to fit your space; simply adjust the overall dimensions but ensure the interior box compartments remain square. For clarity of shelf and joint dimensions, the illustration is shown without the backing board.

Design and Construction The large bookcase was painted white to match other furniture in our house and finished off with a routered edge around the front and sides of the top surface to add a stylish feature. All joints are simple butt joints fastened with right-angle brackets, which are positioned on the underside for aesthetic purposes. To determine the shelf heights I used different sized books, with the largest ones on the lowest shelf and progressively smaller sizes higher up. Of the two bookcases made with the wider design, one was varnished and the other was painted blue, but no edging was done on either.

Hold in place with sash clamps and use a try square to test for right angles before finally tightening up. Make sure the grooves for the through dado joints face inwards for the top and bottom shelves (D x 2). 10 Position all components as a mock assembly to check that all edges fit into their corresponding dados. Also ensure that there are no knots or chips in the front corners or edges. Some repositioning may be required, particularly of the middle shelf (D) which has grooves on both sides for the through dado joints to attach shelf partitions above and below.

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