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Handy use for "something" book?


#1

This has got to be the best thread ever! It occured to me (and a
few others, I’m sure) that these tips could be organized to make a
great book. The profits would be donated to Orchid. I don’t know
much about how to do this, but if someone else does I would be
willing to help in anyway I can.

Jill
http://www.jjewelry.com


#2
 It occured to me (and a few others, I'm sure) that these tips
could be organized to make a great book. 

From the Department of Redundancy Department, I’ll repeat a post I
made on 7/22:

If you’ve got a few bucks to spare, an eclectic collection of these
kind of tips is available in a book compiled by Orchid member
Charles Lewton-Brain. Its called “Cheap Thrills in the Toolshop.” Its
soft-bound, and runs about US$25 from most booksellers and jewelry
suppliers. If you order directly from Brain Press, you might be able
to talk Charles into autographing it for you! :wink: I pull my copy
out once or twice a year and go through it to see if I can glean any
new tricks. Also contains great tips on modifying and adapting
jewelry tools for specific tasks and to work more efficiently.

Read more about this book (and Charles’ other books) on the Ganoksin
Web site:

http://www.ganoksin.com/kosana/brain/index.htm

All the best,
Dave
Dave Sebaste
Sebaste Studio and
Carolina Artisans’ Gallery
Charlotte, NC (USA)
dave@sebaste.com