Today, Jeremy and I made a giant size T (22mm) crochet hook by hand, and it was awesome.
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Thanks to their versatility and a wide range of available accessories—not to mention the fact that they’re compact enough to be stored in a Brooklyn apartment—Dremel tools have always played an irreplaceable role in my craft studio. So, when Dremel offered to send me their new 2-in-1 Dremel Moto-Saw [this is an affiliate link], which is a combination scroll saw and portable motorized coping saw, I was pretty darn excited.
The project that I worked on for this review was pretty basic: My husband and I installed a new window shelf for the cats so they could spend their afternoons bird watching and chattering at squirrels.
Why keep it simple?
I really wanted to get a feel for how well the Dremel Moto-Saw would handle common household uses before moving on to anything more complex. In the context of this project, “simple” means straight lines, right angles, and a couple of square notches. (I’m sure I’ll weigh in on curve cutting, detail cutting, and cutting non-wood materials in the future, but, for now, I’m sticking to the easy stuff.)
It’s been a very, very Dremel weekend. Today, I picked up a shield accessory for my beloved (and, alas, much in need of replacement) Dremel tool. Jeremy and I also broke out my new Dremel Moto-Saw to install a new cat shelf in the kitchen window. (Full disclosure: Dremel sent me the Dremel Moto-Saw to try out—thanks, guys!)