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Old 11-29-2009, 12:49 PM   #1
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Here is my take on Sue's "Eat Beef" turkey. Started and finished it the night before Thanksgiving. Thanks again Sue. Pat
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That turned out nice....
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Nice job Pat. saw dust
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That looks great, Pat! I like it done on a base....makes a nice centerpiece. Thanks for cutting my pattern and posting a picture.
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Nice job..
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I like it also. Is that a turkey in that roaster behind the turkey holding the sign!
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Very nicely done Pat. "EAT MOR CHIKIN"
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Nice job!!!!
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Looks great!
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Nicely done Pat and I like the idea of a base. I may have to cut a few more for next year and put them on a base. I framed and partly painted the ones I cut this year.

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