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Acorn International 1, X 2, X, Ft. Vinyl Coated Poultry Netting - Once all of the material has been added, reduce holes and long tattered quit portions. Smaller figures should be mild enough to be suspended with string or robust fishing line. Black garden planter stakes also can be used to preserve the half of-figures up off the ground and seem to float at night time. The determine can be posed as desired. If needed, use small pieces of twine to assist hold the fingers in region. A small piece of twine may be used to keep the elbow in a bent position for containing a lantern. For the outer torso piece, reduce a forty-inch piece of bird twine out of the 1-inch cell. To create the torso cylinder, overlap ends and twist. The tube cylinder is 24 inches high. Pinch cells to form waist and shoulder points (below, left).
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