A piece of board, B, is fastened to A with brads or small screws.
On account of the thinness of the wood, holes may have to be bored for the brads.
Set these brads below the surface and fill the cavity with hard beeswax.
This is called the hopper joint and it is fastened with nails or brads.
Stick the brads into one piece where the centres of the holes should be.
Instead of brads, small shot can be used in a similar manner.
The upper ends of the legs may now be secured to the body by two or three brads.
Take care that the boards are stout enough to hold the brads firmly.
Fasten it with brads to the top edges of the sides of the boat.
This cross is let into the rim of the wheel and fixed temporarily with brads.