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Old 12-29-2013, 01:14 AM   #1
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Cut from Pine, Red Cedar and Poplar. This basket is 8in. in diameter. Finished with several coats of clear shellac. The disk in the center is a slice of a 1 ½ in. poplar dowel.

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pretty clever!
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Great job. Love the mixed woods.
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Oh Oh Oh sweeeet glue up and cut DW.
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that's a beauty it's a shame I only have it to look at on my smartphone
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looks nice.
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Looks great!
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Those are beutiful
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Great job...
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I like it...!!!
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