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Old 12-03-2013, 01:43 PM   #1
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This is a project I wasn't sure which category to put it in, but the sides are compound cut, so I put it here. It is made with Poplar and Walnut. The pattern is by John Nelson and found in SWWC Holiday 2001 #5. I purchased the CD #1 and wanted to make something from an 'old' magazine. The only problem was with the pattern section is on a 8 1/2" x 11" PDF, so I had to copy and paste pattern pieces together. Comments welcome.
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That is awesome, great cutting and I like your choice of wood.

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Thanks, Mike. I wasn't sure with the Poplar. I wanted something more white, but I didn't have any Aspen or Holly.
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Nicely done. Good job of pasting.
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Nice job--came out really well.

I made that piece many years ago--it was probably my first compound cut project--and I liked it so much I made it twice. I seem to recall that Nelson used a router for the top piece, which I worked around since I don't rout, and that it was cut by Diana Thompson for the magazine. Does my memory fit the facts?

Hope you didn't throw away the cutoffs from the side pieces. They can be arranged to form a lovely design, sort of a 2-for-1 project. I'm sure you'll find many more "oldies" to enjoy in the CD.
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Thanks, Mike.

Good memory, Carole. I did not rout the top either, just cut it and glued to the ring holding the sides. The side pieces all ready found the fire pit. This is not even close to the work you do with your bowls.
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Thanks for the kind words, Denny, but your craftsmanship is really lovely.

I have long been a fan of John Nelson, for his beginner's book that taught me how to scroll, his basket designs that are just ingenious, and many of his other creative projects. Years ago, I signed up for 2 of his classes that were being offered near where I live, but no one else signed up and they were cancelled. Self-taught is how most of us learned, but it would have been nice to learn from a master.
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Yes, most of are self taught with great help from people on this forum.
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That came out great Denny. Thanks for sharing this with us.

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