By Frank Droege

SCROLL observed MOSAICS КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Frank Droege Название: SCROLL observed MOSAICS (Выпиливаем лобзиком мозайки) Издательство: Fox Chapel Publishing CompanyГод: 2002 Формат: PDF Размер: 6 Мб Язык: Английский Страниц: 68Автор предлагает в книге 30 проектов, сделанные техникой сегментации, в которых выпиливаются различные маленькие части и собираются в проект. В книге даны подробные инструкции, каждая часть мозаики - пронумерована, чтобы показать ее цвет, также можно выполнить мозаику из различных пород дерева. Издание содержит большое число мозаик на различные темы: очень много разных цветов, богомол, божья коровка, пчела, стрекоза, маяки, фея, и много еще всего. eighty five

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M Position the sandbox. Line with landscape fabric to deter growth of unwanted vegetation. Fill the box with sand. TIP: You'll need about 8 cubic ft. of sand. PHOTO E: Apply latex primer to all exposed surfaces of the sandbox, then follow up with two coats of exterior latex paint. We covered the whole box in a single color, but you could also create a multi-colored paint scheme instead. 45 Breezeway Boot Bench T hiS simple but elegant little bench will be equally at home in your breeze­ way, on your porch or even in your entryway.

F) Cut identical tapers on all four PHOTO A: Once you've cut the leg tapers and shortened the front legs, mark and cut the rounded feet with a jig saw. Clamp each leg to your workbench to make sawing the feet easier. legs (See Front & Back Legs draw­ ings, page 33). The tapers begin 7 in. from the tops of the legs and reduce them to 2V2 in. at the bot­ tom. Draw the foot radius on the two back legs with a compass. o Cut 1 5/8 in. off the bottom ends of the front legs, then mark for the Pis-in .

Screws. Install the front by attaching it to the side aprons and the shelf with 2-in. screws (See Photo D). BUILD THE TOP The sizes of the plywood top and edging are based on the assump­ tion that the tiles are 4Y4 in. square and grout lines between the tiles are all li s in. We did not leave a distinct grout line between the tile and the edging because this is an outdoor project, and the wood edging will expand and con­ tract with changes in humidity. If you use a different size tile, you will need to modify the overall size of the top.

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