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Old 05-18-2014, 07:50 AM   #1
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I cut this Sue Mey cross pattern for a woman at church. It is made out of curly hard maple with a purple heart backer.
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I love it! Very nice! I buy many of Sue Mey cross patterns and will purchase this one also. Don't know if it is new or just did not see it. Her crosses that I cut sell real well and I am always seeking new patterns.

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The picture doesn't do it justice, but I'd bet that in person the contrast between the maple and the purpleheart is beautiful. I'm sure that lady in your church loved it. Great work.
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Nice job on the cross. I always like the maple and purpleheart combination.
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Very nice job, love the wood combination. I too have purchased many of her cross patterns. Crosses are big sellers for me. Joe
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Love the Cross. I have just completed my first cross for a friend.

Toneman and scrollerjoe22 how much do you sell your crosses for??

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Thanks for the kind words. The cross is so simple in design I feel that is what makes it so good of a pattern.
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This is a very nice piece of cutting and the contrast looks good.

What size is it?
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It is 11"x7" if I remember right.
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Thanks
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