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Old 11-24-2009, 02:43 PM   #1
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I cut this cross from a bubbantenn pattern .Hope you will enjoy it.
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Turned out great! Love the choice of wood.
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Looks nice. Is that an oil finish?

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Looks very nice....
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Very difficult pattern but you did a great job. Thanks for the plug on the pattern.

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Nice cutting epson and a nice pattern too Bubba
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Epson love the cross , but the spelling could use some help ........mine does too .
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Very nice cross and pattern, I too like the choice of wood. Spelling had me for a minute also as I wasn't sure what I was about to see, definately worth the look.
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Very nice Epson you made Bubba proud. Bubba it is a super pattern. Don't worry about the spell ing we all do it.hee hee. saw dust
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You have a real keen eye.looks great .Dave
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