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Old 02-03-2013, 08:00 PM   #1
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here is a simple little napkin holder that I cut last weekend and assembled this weekend, and sprayed a coat of gloss poly on.
made from 1/4 inch red oak.

and Yes, I know, Christmas is over yet I still have Christmas napkins on my table
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Very Very nice!!!!!!

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Great job, I've seen that pattern before but never got around to cutting it,
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Very nicely done Josh. Thanks for sharing this with us.


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I like that a lot! Where did the pattern come from?
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I like that a lot! Where did the pattern come from?
I have had the pattern for well over 10 years, if memory serves, it was part of a "pattern club" thing through Windfield or Berry Basket, or some place like that
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Very nicely done Josh. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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Nice cutting Josh it looks great.
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Piękna robota-POZDRAWIAM
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Per Google Translate, that is Polish for "GREETINGS Beautiful job"
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