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Old 12-17-2007, 12:23 PM   #1
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This is a cutting of the pattern Kevin Daly gave us for Christmas. Done on a 3/4 inch plague bought at wal-mart and soaked in Danish oil.
Thanks for the pattern Kevin it was a lot of fun cutting out and my son has already asked for it. It really tickles me when one of the kids want a cutting.
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you did that great it is on my todo list for sure now
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Wow! That was quick Irish. The cutting looks great. Thanks so much for posting it, it really made my day.
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Very nice cutting. I have that one planned also.
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Fine cutting there.

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How did you do this so fast. it just looks great. lots of holes . great job. and the pattern is wonderfull Kevin. nice job to you both , talented folks here. for sure. your friend Evie
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