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Old 01-10-2014, 10:53 PM   #1
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Default My latest work in progress.

I cut this after work today. I hope to finish it tomorrow or Sunday.
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Wow! It's beautiful. Is it a Steve Good pattern? Seems I seen it on his site, Should have down loaded that one. Have a great day Fay
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Great beginning.
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Hey, Rusty, that looks great. Can you tell us the pattern maker?
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The pattern was done by White Tail Designs. You can buy it at Scroll Saw Patterns, Intarsia Designs, and Scroll Saw Art!. Thank you for all the kind words.
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Thanks, Rusty. I have made many of Bob Valle patterns, in fact, I am working on one now.
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I finished cutting it out today. I am going to frame it with a lake background. I will post a picture of it when I'm finished.
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Rusty, that so cool. You did a great job cutting it. It even looks like you have a carbide tipped blade there, HA. Thanks
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Very, Very , Nice!
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Nice work! What is the wood that you used.
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