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Old 11-08-2009, 11:58 AM   #1
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Hey all,

Here is my latest project. The pattern was a pain to find. I knew I had seen this in an older issue of Creative Woodworks, and after finally going thru all my issues I found it. June 2005. Then when I opened up the pattern inserts, I only had one of them. And not the right one! After my disgust in that, I thought about ordering the back issue again. I then started to organize all the magazines, and I got so lucky to find it in the pile!!

Its cut for my wife's uncle, the guy that gave me a truck load of walnut. Its 24" long and about 13" wide. Its around 7/8" thick. It was a fun cutting out the little trees, and grass in this thick of wood! I used a danish oil finish on it and am thinking about using some Deft to give it a shine.

Let me know how you like it!

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NICE Cut!!!!! Some luck with the Truck load of wood like that.
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Nice job! He will love it.
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Wonderful cuttings Leldon. You really did a great job. It so great that you got all that walnut it's a great wood to work with. Keep up the great work.
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Great job..he's really going to like it.
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Old 11-08-2009, 06:52 PM   #6
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That looks beautiful and should be prized by the uncle.
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Very nice cutting Leldon.
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Great job Leldon. What size blade did you use? saw dust
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Nice! I like the natural edge also.

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Excellent cutting and a wonderful use of a piece of walnut with bark. Thanks for sharing.

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