Good (H or No. 3) lead pencil (Fig. 30).

Marking Gage (Fig. 8).

Sloyd knife (Fig. 11).

Try-square (Fig. 10).

Bevel-edge rule (Fig. 14).

Bench hook (Fig. 15).

Back-saw (Fig. 16).

Brace (Fig. 18).

1 Auger bits, 3/16",", ⅜", ", 11/16" (Fig. 19).

2 Dowel plate (Fig. 20). Mallet (Fig. 20).

1 Two parallel marks placed above and to the right of a number indicate inches (as 7"), and a single mark similarly placed indicates feet (as 6')-

2The dowel plate may be made by grinding smooth one side of a piece of cast iron or steel about ⅝" thick and drilling two holes through it, one of them 7/16" in diameter, and the other 47/128"

Jack-plane (Fig. 24). An iron one is preferred, and the plane iron should be ground as shown in Fig. 99. Block-plane (Fig. 26). Winding-sticks (Fig. 33). Turning saw (Fig. 44). Spoke-shave (Fig. 47). Twist-bit 4/32" (Fig. 48). Firmer chisels, 5/16", 1" (Fig. 56). Hammer (Fig. 07). Nailset (Fig. 59). Countersink (Fig. 61). Compasses (Fig. 62). Screwdriver (Fig. 68). 1 Rip-saw.

1 Crosscut saw (Fig. 73).

Bevel (Fig. 75).

Handscrew, 8" jaws (Fig. 84).

Cabinet scraper (Fig. 93).

Needle for weaving seat of stool (Fig. 96).

Oilstone (Fig. 100).

Brush for cleaning bench. List of Material

Two pieces of tulip wood** 8" long, planed by machine to a width of 4" and thickness of (one of them for the game board, the other to be used as a practice piece).

1 This saw is very desirable to have in an outfit of tools, but is not necessary for the work given if the material is cut to size when purchased

2 The wood of the tulip tree is seldom called by its own name, but is called white wood in some parts of the country and in other parts it is called poplar.

Two pieces ot tulip wood about 18" long and 7/16" square (for pegs for the game board).

One piece of rough white pine 15"x5"x about ⅞" (For the swing board).

One piece of butternut 13"x.5"x⅞" (For the bread cutting board).

One piece of redwood 16"x2"x13/16" (For the coat hanger).

One piece of white pine 13"x1"x" (For the cross pieces of the flower-pot stool).

One piece of white pine 9"x1⅞"x⅝" (For the feet of the flower-pot stool).

One piece of cypress 19"x3 3/8"x⅝" (For the back of the towel roller).

One piece of cypress 7"x2"xl" (For the ends of the towel roller).*

One piece of cypress 18⅝"x 1"x1" (For the roller of the towel roller).

Four pieces of chestnut 18"x2"x⅞" (For the legs of the taboret).*

Two pieces of chestnut 14"x2"x⅞" (For the lower braces of the taboret).*

Two pieces of chestnut 14"x2"x⅞" (For the upper braces of the taboret).*

One piece of chestnut 12"xl"x⅝" (For the keys of the taboret).*

Two pieces of chestnut 16"x8"x⅞" (For the top of the taboret).*

* A piece of chestnut 4'2" x 13" x⅞" may be purchased in place of these pieces and cut up as indicated in Chapter VIII.

Two pieces of Norway pine List Of Tools 99 {For the main pieces of the clamps).

Two pieces of tulip wood List Of Tools 100 (For the four blocks of the clamps).

One piece of tulip wood List Of Tools 101 (For the two wedges of the clamps).

Four pieces of oak List Of Tools 102 (For the legs of the stool).

One piece of hard maple List Of Tools 103 ( For the templet used in testing the mortises).

Two pieces of oak List Of Tools 104 (For the longer rails of the stool).

Two pieces of oak List Of Tools 105 (For the shorter rails of the stool).

Two pieces of oak List Of Tools 106 (For the supports for the seat).

Two pieces of oak List Of Tools 107 ( For the supports for the seat).

Two pieces of oak List Of Tools 108 (For the frame for the cane seat of the stool).

Two pieces of oak List Of Tools 109 (For the frame for the cane seat of the stool).

One piece of tulip wood List Of Tools 110 ( For the pegs in the seat).

rifty-nve yards of pith cane about 5/16 wide for the seat of the stool).

One sheet of No. 1 sandpaper.

One sheet of No. sandpaper, ne screw hook No. 10 (For coat hanger).

Sixteen 1" brads (For the flower-pot stool).

Four 1" No. 10 flat-head bright screws (For the towel roller).

Two 1 No. 10 flat-head bright screws (For the towel roller).

Four 1" No- 10 flat-head bright screws (For the taboret).

Twelve 2 " No. 14 round-head blue screws (For the clamps).

Twelve " cut iron washers (For the clamps).

Ten 1" No. 10 flat-head bright screws (For the stool).

One bottle of liquid glue with brush.

Two 2-oz. bottles of the strongest ammonia obtainable (For fuming the taboret and stool).

One 2-oz. bottle of fumine (For the stool).

One 2-oz. bottle containing four parts of boiled oil and one part of hard oil finish (For the taboret and stool).

One 1" flat paint brush.