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Author Topic: wood strips for modellers etc  (Read 780 times)
Kevin C Cooper Esq
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« on: November 21, 2013, 05:03:00 pm »

Having recently partaken in a fibrous plaster adventure to produce cornice for my daughters dining room. I ended up with a budle of off cuts of lath. I think it was larch wood, closed grained and virtually knot free. The ones we used were 22mm wide x 3mm thick. Most excellent for some recent work on a dolls house. The supplier I used has them in 10, 13 and 22mm widths, and 3 or 5mm thickness from 1.5 metres to 3 metres long. Of course if you can find a fibrous plaster workshop in your vicinity you may be able to beg some offcuts, or at least pay very little for them.
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