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Old 11-17-2009, 08:51 PM   #1
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Hi ,i just finished my first two commission works,
Sawmill is over a 100years old,hope my customers
will be happy with them,this weekend i was at the
Moncton Woodworking Show and i brought them with
me , had a man come up to me and point at the sawmaill
and said that he had work at it .I was surprise that he would
recognize it.
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Nice work. I enjoy seeing both the finished piece along with the original pictures.

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Those are great! I'm sure the customer will be pleased.
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There's some beautiful work there.Tony
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spectacular work Judy! Bravo! I am certain your customer will be very much happy :-)
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You did those from a photo..Now I am impressed. Nicely done!
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Judy,
They look great. I am not surprised he recognized them. Great work
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VERY nice! I especially like the old sawmill piece.

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Judy - those are lovely. I love how you framed/mounted them.
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Very nice! It's great when someone recognizes it too. I'm sure you customers will be very happy.
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