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Set the table-saw blade at a 45-degree angle and a height of 3/8". Send the 12" x 2" x 2" block through the table saw twice, once on the right side and once on the left (Image 1). This will cut a triangular groove in the length of the block.
Use wood glue to secure the flat side of the block that was just cut to one side of the length of the 20" x 10" x 3/8" piece of plywood (Image 2).
Drill at least five drywall screws through the back of the plywood and into the block.
Use a 1/2" spade bit to drill two holes in the side of the plywood farthest from the block of wood.
Thread a 3' piece of rope through one of the holes in the plywood, and secure the end of the rope with a knot (Image 1).
Thread a piece of 8" garden hose around the rope to provide a carrying handle (Image 2).
Adjust the rope to the desired length (depending on the height of the wood that's to be carried). Thread the rope through the other hole, and tie a knot at the end of the rope to secure it.
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