Issue 76 Cutting Stone
In issue 76 we showed you a garden incorporating beautiful stone paths. Much of how stone looks in a garden setting has to do with how it is finished, or cut. Rough or natural edges have a casual, informal appearance. Cut edges give a much more formal feeling to the garden. Cutting stone sounds like a difficult task, doesn’t it? It’s really not if you use the right tools and follow these simple instructions. Watch the videos below to see two methods, cutting with a hammer and chisel or using a power saw! [PLAYLIST not found]
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