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Old 11-27-2011, 09:32 PM   #1
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My wine caddy..
the pattern is by Wayne Bosler...
I used Red Oak, Walnut, Cherry, Poplar and Paudak..
the caddy measure 5 1/2 inches at the base and 7 1/4 inches high....



thanks for following the project..
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Awesome wine caddy Trout!! I love how the grapes and leaves turn the corners!!! Someone will be very happy at Christmas!! Thanks for sharing!
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Excellent job as usual Trout. What a great gift. Thanks for sharing it with us.


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Nice Trout , never saw this one before.......very pretty work ..........Mb
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I have to say this project turned out pretty good!
all those hours I put into it paid off....
one of the kids will be getting this one, I just don't know which one yet..

the idea of this wine caddy started off a couple weeks ago when I was asked if I would donate one of my pieces to a church charity action, unfortunate they asked me a week before the auction.
I been waiting to do this project and was the first thing I thought of...

the value of this project...
I have $25 into this project, that pattern and supplies..
if you use the X3 rule, the value would be $75..
I say more like $60...
what would someone want to pay? $40 to $45...

it's all good...

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That is gorgeous. Beautiful job.
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A toast to you sir........sweeeeet job.
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Looks like you're finally starting to get the hang of this scrolling stuff.

Really nice job, Trout---definitely stands out as something special.
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I have to say this project turned out pretty good!
all those hours I put into it paid off....
one of the kids will be getting this one, I just don't know which one yet..

the idea of this wine caddy started off a couple weeks ago when I was asked if I would donate one of my pieces to a church charity action, unfortunate they asked me a week before the auction.
I been waiting to do this project and was the first thing I thought of...

the value of this project...
I have $25 into this project, that pattern and supplies..
if you use the X3 rule, the value would be $75..
I say more like $60...
what would someone want to pay? $40 to $45...

it's all good...

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That piece is worth every penny of $75 if not more. If they whine about that let them know they can get something nice and cheap with lead base paint at china mart. If they can't get the hint from that " eat **** and bark at the moon" will do the trick. Never sell yourself short.
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Very nice looking wine caddy as is the norm you did an outstanding job.
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