I make stack-laminated baskets where each layer is slightly wider than the one below it, and I wanted to make sure I put glue only where it wouldn't be visible on the layer below. No matter how steady my hand is, I found it difficult to apply a straight glue line in this situation.So, I taped a scrapwood guiding pin to the nose of my glue bottle, as shown. With the guide running along the edge of the workpiece, I get perfectly placed, arrow-straight glue lines with every application.—Jerry Syfert, Naples, Fla.