With the try square repeat the lines of this sketch on both sides of each.
Repeat these lines on the edges and top side, using the try square.
Then plane the rough sides down to those lines, using the try square frequently.
Transfer these lines down the edges by the aid of the try square.
Near one end—about two inches in—lay out across the top with try square a line 90 degrees with the sides.
The wood is placed upon the bench, and the joint marked out by using a marking knife or penknife blade and the try square.
Set out the stiles with a marking knife or penknife and a try square, as shown at Fig. 178.
It was finally straightened, however, to stand the try square test fairly well.
The two parts were brought together as shown at c, and the four knife lines laid out as shown with knife and try square.
It is an easy matter to test your grinding by occasionally placing the blade of a try square on the bevel.