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  • #16
    Thanks for putting the patterns in easy to print format. I made these originally when the pattern first appeared in the magazine. A change I would suggest is not to use the rubberbands. They dry rot/break rather easily and the skeleton begins to lose its parts. I will use thin wire this time around.
    Betty

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    • #17
      Originally posted by will8989 View Post
      Thanks for putting the patterns in easy to print format. I made these originally when the pattern first appeared in the magazine. A change I would suggest is not to use the rubberbands. They dry rot/break rather easily and the skeleton begins to lose its parts. I will use thin wire this time around.
      Great idea Betty. Thanks for sharing that tip. I will have to remember it should I ever get around to giving these skeletons a try.
      Melanie from East TN

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      • #18
        Braided fishing line also works well on the skeleton. Monofilament is harder to tie. Takes less time to cut out and paint than to tie the parts together.

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        • #19
          I'm limited with my left hand so that is out for me. I may try different colors of yarn to tie them with. That I can manage.
          Betty

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