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Old 06-22-2014, 03:42 PM   #1
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Finished this portrait of John Wayne, pattern is Charles Dearing, was a tough pattern to cut, alot of delicate areas, working on a frame to put it in. edward
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looks good Edward
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Very nice cutting, Edward. I like it.
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Nice work Edward!

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John Wayne is still my hero. Nice work.
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Very nice and great cutting.
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That is a very nice cutting & great pattern too. You really did it justice. You didn't say what size it is ? I know Charlie does some very large pieces. Is it the same size as his? Good job & good luck with the frame too. I enjoy making those too. Take Care
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I downsized the pattern to 12x16" which was easier to cut the original size. edward
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I bet Charles Dearing was a Drill Sargent in a previous life . . . . . You like the end product when it's done but man do you work you back side to get it there!!!

That's a great cut and great pic!

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