Although in the modern world is increasingly printedmagazines prefer computers. However, a fairly large number of people do not give up the habit of leafing through a fresh newspaper or magazine. Without any specialized publications and brochures, the work in many offices can not be dispensed with. Of course, you can save all kinds of prints in stacks on the table. However, this is not convenient and untidy enough. And now we are going to talk about how to make a simple, but at the same time stylish stand for magazines and newspapers with our own hands. It will be an excellent assistant in keeping order in your workplace. To make a stand, you need a little material. Prepare a dermatine or leather cut (approximately 80 × 35 cm), 1/2 ", 3/4 inch metal corner fittings, a wooden perch that will fit tightly into these fittings. Making a basics First you need to makebase stand made of wood. Determine the desired size of the finished product and cut the perch into parts of the corresponding length. Take the two shortest ones and put two fittings on them and place them parallel to each other. Insert loose perches of medium length into the free openings of the fittings. Subsequently, they also need to put on fittings. And in the end, you need to connect the two resulting designs using the longest perches. Thus it is necessary to turn loose fittings as on a photo. In order to keep the structure firmly onfasten it with glue. Do not forget that it should be used when the finished fabric is fixed. Fabrication of the fabric Now proceed to sewing the cloth. Initially, you need to determine the size of the lapel. To do this, wrap one of the edges of the workpiece around the wooden pole. It can be made solid or with a cutout in the center. Prostrochite the resulting hem. Now string the finished part on a wooden perch and measure the right size of the panel. Label the desired length by wrapping the dermatine around the second pole. Remove the panel and stitch the second hem. If you want to cut already at the last stage, then do it carefully, so as not to touch already prepared stitches. Now, when everything is ready, put the cloth on the wooden perches, fix the fittings, having smeared them with glue. Allow the resulting structure to dry. Now your stand for magazines and newspapers is fully ready for use.