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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Set 12 - Packing Plan

As an alternative to the packing plans that accompany each Anchor Stone set, I present the packing plan I use. Note that one of the boxes has an empty space the size of a #1 block. The stones are not labeled, but one should be able to determine placement by observation. The key to this packing plan is that all like stones (in size and color) are packed next to each other and in the same orientation.


Kate Wattum said...

I have really enjoyed your past blogs with the plans. Thanks for putting up your creations. I have been secretly wanting a set of stones for years. Recently I decided to purchase set 6 and 6A.

I'm thrilled with them. Very peaceful and calming activity for the end of the day. Thanks so much for your posts!

releppes said...

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy your new hobby. I too find Anchor Stones very relaxing. I like the smell of opening a fresh box of stones. The models on this site are relatively simple, but they all give a nice sense of accomplishment.

Blogger said...

Please continue your blog! It's been a year or so. Your models are fun.

William Seppeler said...

Thank you for your continued interest. I've fallen on some hard times as of late, however I do hope to continue this work. I do appreciate the comments. They serve as a reminder to stay in touch and renew my interests.