Pint of bass, porkpie, and packet of crisps please
- 7 Jul 2010
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It's done on ordinary stuff too.it’s hard to know why many masters did this.
I use a craft knife with a thin chisel end blade and just tap it with a pin hammer, no knife stroke. Turn it with face side against side of pin hole, bevel on the other. Have to have cut rather than pencil lines with pine, as the surface isn't crisp enough for a fine line.......
marking out the second board is tricky. Take a deep breath. I also use a long nose chip carving knife here. Razer sharp and let’s you get into the tight space.