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  1. The end result looks great - thank you for...

    The end result looks great - thank you for sharing the method.
    Sally
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    Hi Theresa - I've bought a couple. The first I...

    Hi Theresa - I've bought a couple. The first I bought about 3 years ago, it's great and it's still going, so I thought I'd buy another more recently - just in case the first died. When it arrived...
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    I keep the main pieces in marked ziplock bags and...

    I keep the main pieces in marked ziplock bags and the chopped up bits in marked contact lens cases - as long as I don't have two coils out at any one time to chop up - I'm okay!
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    I use solder wire and cut it with wire cutters -...

    I use solder wire and cut it with wire cutters - I've found it a lot easier and quicker to deal with than strips.
    Sally
  5. I use Elmer's rubber cement - I'm a bit scared of...

    I use Elmer's rubber cement - I'm a bit scared of superglue!
    Sally
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    Very nice Dennis. I also think the filigree one...

    Very nice Dennis. I also think the filigree one is my favourite - it's a bit different and very pretty.
    Sally
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    Phosphosederite is lavender and opaque - but I...

    Phosphosederite is lavender and opaque - but I don't know it's other properties.
    Sally
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    When you say properties of turquoise - what do...

    When you say properties of turquoise - what do you mean? Soft? Opaque?
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    Truly touched you took the time to find a...

    Truly touched you took the time to find a solution local to me!
    Thank you Peter.
    Sally
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    Thanks Peter and handmadeblanks Perhaps I...

    Thanks Peter and handmadeblanks

    Perhaps I should just persevere with the cricut - it must be an age-thing but I just don't find it intuative at all when it comes to designing your own patterns...
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    Thanks for the replies - the machines I'd spotted...

    Thanks for the replies - the machines I'd spotted were these kind of things:
    ...
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    Laser engraving machine?

    Does anyone know what kind of laser engraving machine is used to make rolling mill texture sheets?
    There are lots of sub £100 laser engravers listed on ebay - but would these be up to the job?
    Sally
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    It's much more fun when there are lots of entries...

    It's much more fun when there are lots of entries - like this month.
    Is it because the topic appeals or because it's a slow month work wise?
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    Something new - from something used.

    This month's competition was a lovely excuse to do something I'd been meaning to do for ages - use up some of the bits from my scrap pot and left over beads to create - something new!
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    Sally
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    I've no idea how many different rotary tools...

    I've no idea how many different rotary tools VonHaus make - the first one I had a quick look at on Amazon:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/VonHaus-Rotary-Multitool-243pc-Accessory/dp/B00XWBB77E
    Clearly...
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    Could you manage with a 35mm steel bar held...

    Could you manage with a 35mm steel bar held upright in a vice?
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    Hello Nick Have you tried Vaughans - they have...

    Hello Nick
    Have you tried Vaughans - they have loads of different stakes - some under both the tinsmiths and the blacksmiths headings:
    https://anvils.co.uk/

    Sally
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    I'm afraid I've never used a crucible - I just...

    I'm afraid I've never used a crucible - I just know that it's hard to get big items up to temperature to solder in the garden!
    I'm sure those who know will answer soon!
    Sally
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    I think you might be on the right track with the...

    I think you might be on the right track with the 'garden and wind'.
    Try enclosing your little space with fire bricks to keep the heat in and wind out.
    Sally
  20. I don't know anywhere that sells Midas oxidising...

    I don't know anywhere that sells Midas oxidising solution - but Kernow craft sell Midas laquer - could possibly be worth asking them if they can get it.
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    Lovely job Sam! Sally

    Lovely job Sam!
    Sally
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    I have mixed pitches - but it was so long ago I...

    I have mixed pitches - but it was so long ago I can't remember what they were other than to say that I started with a really stinky, hard black pitch, wanted something a bit softer and now have a...
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    Wow Peter! You've made me feel really dirty......

    Wow Peter!
    You've made me feel really dirty...
    Sally
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    Love the way you've used etched tubes to link the...

    Love the way you've used etched tubes to link the links - looks great.
    Sally
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    Well done Eekoh - looking forward to seeing what...

    Well done Eekoh - looking forward to seeing what you come up with for the 'Easter' theme!
    Sally
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