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Old 11-16-2011, 08:55 AM   #1
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I wanted to share this as it my first project of this type , I made this for my wifes desk to hold pencils
I made it with no pattern using a scrollsaw ,spindle sander some clamps and glue its made out of poplar and finished in polyurethane
please excuse the pictures they are taken with my phone
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Sweeeet project Widget, she must love it, and thanks for sharing your project photo with us.
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Nicely done!
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Nicely done! Put a handle on it and it would be a small mug. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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REALLY nice! So did you glue up the boards first and then cut, or did you cut individual rings and glue them together later?
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nice ones!
i do the same ones but with the leftover of the bracelets, when i cut them, i let a little room for the blank the i make another ring and glue them and finish them.
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PatteM.....I cut two rings at a time not glued together ,I brad nailed them ..upon reflection I should have glued them it would have been a lot easier

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Very nice.
It's amazing how a piece of timber will add real class to a desk IMHO
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