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Old 12-23-2013, 07:51 PM   #1
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Default Inlaid Cat Bowl

Cut from pine, the cat is sapelle. Finished with Shellac. The bowl is 7in. square.
I have not done much inlay so this was a basic experiment doing it. The bowl pattern was created using Polydraw.


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Nice experiment.
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Fun stuff!
Once again I love original ideas.
Well done.............
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It's a beautiful bowl. I haven't got the hang of ploy draw as yet but still learning. I do want to try the inlay and maybe tomorrow I might try it. Have a great day Fay
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Very nice! I've only tried inlay once, and have been hesitant to try it again.
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Did you save your data for the pattern? If so would you post it. I figure if Fay could open up different files then she may get the understand Polydaraw faster.

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Very pretty!
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