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Old 05-06-2014, 01:44 PM   #1
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here is a picture of my latest cutting,
this i started about 12 months ago,done half it and put it aside for a bit,almost forgot about it,finished it today,
pattern by charles dearing.
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Great cutting. I have the same pattern. Did you have your increased in size ? If so by how much? Really nice job and frame ! Ray
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i just sized mine up using picture resizer,too a size which i had a frame available,the pattern was bigger but i opted too put a one inch border around the piece.
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Glad that one did not get away. Great looking project. What is the finished size?
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Nice work Tony - on both the picture and the lad!

Glad you didn't let that half finished job slip away from you.
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Well done sir, well done
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sandy....
it finished about 22 inches tall x 19 inches wide,
enlarged it using rapid resizer..
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Very nice, I really like that one.
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Like this very much. You have a lot of talent there!
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Very nice, well done. Looks super.
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