|1. Canvas Wedging Board|
|2. Stapling the canvas to the board|
|3. Cutting off excess canvas|
I attach the wedging board to a a sturdy table with vise grips. I've placed bricks under the table's front legs. This puts the table at a slight angle away from me, which makes the wedging motion easier (see fig. 1).
|4. Ware boards made out of wallboard|
I also use pieces of wallboard as ware boards. Simply cut a piece into as many different sizes as you need and duct tape the edges so they won't crumble (fig. 4). You can also use one side for dark clay and other for white clay.