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Old 07-21-2014, 03:03 PM   #1
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Default Dove cross from curly maple

Hello all, finished a dove cross for my sister yesterday, and thought I would share it. The pattern is Sue Walker's down in the vault.I diluted Minwax "Ipswich Pine" stain by 25% and applied that to the cross. The dove is unfinished.



I have no idea what happened to my picture, all I did was resize it. I hope this is the correct forum, if not, if someone would please move it.Off to go scrolling.

I removed the inserted image since you already had the thumbnail view. The inserted pictures can take a long time to load for our friends who are still on dial up connections. I also moved your thread as requested.
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Nicely done.
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Thank you. It was a fun little project.
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