|Glossary of Terms|
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Craft strip is also referred to as plastic braiding or lacing. It comes in spools of 100 yards and in a wide variety of colors. It is a plastic ribbon about 1/16" wide.
E-6000 is a glue that dries clear and flexible. It will hold to almost any surface.
Goop is a glue that dries clear and flexible. It will hold to almost any surface.
Hot glue is a glue that dries translucent and hard. It has a low melting temperature which means it doesn't hurt too much if you get it on your skin, but it will also melt in a hot car.
PVC is a plastic that is used for making plumbing pipes and other useful items.
Dowel rod is a round piece of wood usually available in 3' or 4' lengths.
Plaster of Paris is a powder that when mixed with water and dried, becomes hard.
Candy molds are used for making chocolate and candy into various shapes. They can usually be found in craft or kitchen gadget stores.
Stamping leather is a type of leather that has been treated in such a way that when struck, the impression of the object it was struck with remains visible.
Garment leather is a type of leather that is used for covering seats in vehicles and for making articles of clothing. It cannot be used for stamping.
Square lashing is a procedure for tying a rope around two pieces of wood in such a way that they are held firmly at right angles. Check Scout books or knot books for information on tying it.