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Old 08-26-2004, 01:54 AM   #1  
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Default RE Drilling Dominoes

I thought I would give you a couple of tips about drilling through dominoes for necklaces. When Bob drills them, he goes about halfway through from one end and then turns the domino over and drills through from the other end. He has a very good eye, so he has no trouble lining it up.

Also, it drives me crazy when the domino flips around, but I recently saw a sample in a magazine that had 2 holes drilled through it... which would definitely affect the stability. That will be my next necklace... I'll let you know how it works!

Thanks to everyone for your kind comments about my work. They are greatly appreciated!
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