Know Your Tools

Check out this interesting blog that I stumbled across (well, not so much "stumbled" as "clicked the link when he signed up as a follower"): Sir Richard's Took Kit: A Blog About Hand Tools. It's exactly what the title says it is, giving explanations, descriptions, and instructions for various hand tools as well as extra interesting bits. Learn all about various clamps, vises, saws, knives, brayers, engravers - and the mighty clothespin! Seems like a very handy reference site for miniaturists.

Also, I am totally envious of his miniature book press, as this is what mine looks like:

4 comments:

Stephany Vogel said...

I like that book, 'Dictionary of Imaginary Places'.

Sandra Morris said...

What an ace site!

I can never resist perfect miniature tools, even if I don't always use them for the purpose for which they're intended.

Anwar said...

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


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Brenda said...

Grace, I've given you a blog award and it is my understanding that you come over and pick it up?

 

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