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"I use this bench for making all sorts of things, but mainly fanbirds and Kuksa`s at the moment. The holes in the top are for inserting pegs to hang all sorts of tools from, these have been taken off as I am making a kuksa, a cup, and I need all round easy access. When demonstrating outside I peg the bench to the ground with wooden tent pegs, when working inside I put a foot on one of the two pegs at the bottom of the legs to keep the whole bench stable."

"I use this bench for making all sorts of things, but mainly fanbirds and Kuksa`s at the moment. The holes in the top are for inserting pegs to hang all sorts of tools from, these have been taken off as I am making a kuksa, a cup, and I need all round easy access. When demonstrating outside I peg the bench to the ground with wooden tent pegs, when working inside I put a foot on one of the two pegs at the bottom of the legs to keep the whole bench stable."

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