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Old 11-18-2009, 01:18 PM   #1
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Two of my Clock designs .
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OOO, Nice Pete! I really like the way the base matches. It flows together nicely.

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Very intricate design Pete! I like the base too.Is it cut from oak?


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Really nice work. Simple modernist designs that look very elegant. Way to go.
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Nicely done Pete, not my style but you did a fine job.
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Sweeeeet cut Pete, I like doing fretwork too.
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Wow, I like these! The first one reminds me of a leaf of some kind or perhaps an acorn. The second looks like an owl and is my choice of the two. I really like the part that looks like eyes.
Very nice patterns and very good job on the cutting.

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Very nice designs and cuttings Pete.
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Can you design those as intarsia clocks?
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Very original, Pete. Nice projects.
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