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Decided to make a small, portable pouch tying jig. I have a large one mounted to my work bench, but sometimes I like to sit in my recliner and watch TV while fiddling with things. Dug through the wood scrap pile and built this. I originally drilled it for a bigger peg, but I didn't like how it fit the holes and I thought it was a little too big to slip the pouch over. I had a 2x4 end cut in the scrap pile so I glued it over the area and then re-drilled to use a large finish nail to hold the pouch in place. I then added another piece to the bottom so I could drill the holes deeper for a more secure fit. I used two 1/4" oak dowels to anchor the band clamp side. Another scrap pile build!

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That's pretty slick :) nice work. Looks like it will definitely get the job done!
 

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Decided to make a small, portable pouch tying jig. I have a large one mounted to my work bench, but sometimes I like to sit in my recliner and watch TV while fiddling with things. Dug through the wood scrap pile and built this. I originally drilled it for a bigger peg, but I didn't like how it fit the holes and I thought it was a little too big to slip the pouch over. I had a 2x4 end cut in the scrap pile so I glued it over the area and then re-drilled to use a large finish nail to hold the pouch in place. I then added another piece to the bottom so I could drill the holes deeper for a more secure fit. I used two 1/4" oak dowels to anchor the band clamp side. Another scrap pile build!
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looks interesting !

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