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Old 01-06-2008, 01:14 PM   #1
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2 new ones; first pattern by Richard, second by MULESKINNERLDB. Greg.
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Very kewl Greg. Nice job on both, I really like muleskinner's pattern.
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Nice cutting on both. I too really like
Muleskinner's pattern. Fine job!
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Great cutting on both there. I think I also like the second pattern better, but that has nothing to do with your cutting.

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G'day Greg,
Looking good.
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Greg,
Very nice work. I too think the pattern by Muleskinner is very unique and really catches the imagination. Both cuttings are mighty well done!
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Smile great job

greg great job on both cuttings really like seeing my wizard and owl cut that s cool especially since i haven't even cut any of my own patterns yet but now the i got the saw running look out people i will be cutting out some stuff. again greg great job on both cuttings larry aka muleskinnerldb
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Really nice cutting, Greg!
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Both look very good Greg, thanks for showing.
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Impressive job Greg. Very nice pieces you did there.
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