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Old 12-05-2009, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default Poinsettia Sled

A lovely seasonal pattern by Sheila Landry
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Very nice, will really add to the holiday decor. saw dust
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Very nice, did you make the top as well?
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Thanks for the comments. I used 1/2" birch for the top, and 1/2" pine for the runners. This pattern can be resized to accommodate any kind of pot.
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Nicely done Diggler.
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Very nice - thanks for posting the picture.
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Pretty!! what is the length?
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Pretty!! what is the length?
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Thanks. The hole diameter is 4" to accommodate the clay pot, and the overall size is 7" x 13"
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