Getting to the final stages on the writing desk project, this episode focuses on my method for applying a thin white holly inlay, or stringing. The process is almost entirely done with hand tools, which made me feel a lot more confident cutting into a rather nice and expensive walnut top. The implements of destruction I use in this episode are the Lie-Nielsen inlay tools. I also want to make special mention of Bell Forest Products, which was the only source of a high quality longer length of white holly that I could find online. This was the first time I used stringing in a project, and if there is one takeaway, I think I'll be using it a lot more often, and would encourage anyone to go out and try the process. You could even make your own tools using an old marking gauge or scratch stock, but for just a few hours of effort you can really put a seriously professional touch on your work.