Little demonstrates how to use a little know tool named a “tick stick or ticking stick”. A tick stick is used to quickly and preciously copy and make a pattern of any odd or complicated shape where using a ruler would be challenging. The ticking stick was made popular by boat-builders and is a way of measuring accurately which has been around for centuries.
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