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Old 07-20-2014, 03:29 AM   #1
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Default Bluebird completed 7-20-14

May experiment with colored stains at some point.
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Fantastic pattern and fantastic cutting . That looks like a challenging project. looks great
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I love the delicacy of this!
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A truly impressive work of art, Charlie. I really, really like this one. This one goes on my to do list. It is very pleasing to the eye already, but I'm curious as to how it might look with the splash of color you are thinking about.
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Wonderful pattern and as usual, wonderfully scrolled.
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Outstanding! The eye looks very fragile.
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Another great pattern and completed project. It sure looks fragile.
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That is one great looking cut and pattern. You can see the delicate work in it. Well done.
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