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    Hobby & Model Construction in Chehalis

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    Business Listing   Billie's Designer Fabrics - Chehalis, WA - Phone: (360) 748-3295

    Business Listing   Book 'n Brush - Chehalis, WA - Phone: (360) 748-6221

    Business Listing   Creative Crafts & Supplies - Chehalis, WA - Phone: (360) 262-3254

    Business Listing   Mountain Niche Farm - Chehalis, WA - Phone: (360) 740-4667

    Business Listing   Sister's - Chehalis, WA - Phone: (360) 748-9747

    Business Listing   Village Crafts by Michaels - Chehalis, WA - Phone: (360) 740-9736

    Business Listing   Yarn & Things LLC - Chehalis, WA - Phone: (360) 748-2134

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    Helpful Definition for: Hobby & Model Construction

    Model construction, in Chehalis, denotes the act of making replica of designs, architectures, sculptures or individuals typically in wax. Sometimes such models may be prepared first in order to guide the construction of the actual structure, which would be far bigger than the model. Models are generally made of wax, plastics or plywood, depending on the shape & flexibility needed. Many people construct such models as a hobby, rather than profession. However, construction projects & museums in Chehalis often hire such personnel for constructing the desired models.

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