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Old 07-23-2014, 08:51 PM   #1
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Had some minor cupping issues with my 1/2" black cherry but after each cutting session I took the piece inside the house and it flattened out thank god. I got more than 2 weeks of cutting into it with one minor crack on the bottom center but ca glue fixed it . All my cherry is plain cut so I have to deal with these issues and work with what I got.I used tung oil as a finish and a 1/4" bb backer with black satin spray. The original pattern had too small of frame so I made the piece 1 1/2'' wider and its self framed with routered edges. Thanks for viewing its going up north of Thunder Bay as a donation. Anyone have any idea how you would price something like this ?
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That is one nice lookin' lynx, Dan. Whoever ends up with it should be very pleased. Whose pattern design was it?
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Very nicely done Dan. Thanks for sharing this with us. It looks great, and that it looks like it took a long time to do.

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Lots of love in this Lynx.
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That is one nice lookin' lynx, Dan. Whoever ends up with it should be very pleased. Whose pattern design was it?
Thanks for the feedback Jim the designer is Charles Dearing SSWC Issue 55, I also ordered the pattern from Wooden Teadybear and its larger than the magazine pattern and a bit easier to cut but a larger piece of wood is required.I used the SSWC pattern.
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That is some nice cutting. I have not cut any thing thicker that 1/4 mostly 1/8 BB for this style of pattern.
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A beautiful cutting. If I had cut that it would be priceless.
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Well done on the Lynx, especially if you cut it to the size in the magazine.
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Very nice job, love the wood the cutting and the pattern!
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That is one great looking cut. Well done. It looks super.
Thanks for showing it to us.
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