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Old 12-11-2009, 04:08 PM   #1
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I got this pattern from Steve Goods website. I had to cut the pattern on two pieces of wood, as it would be to large for my saw to cut on one piece.I used 1/2 oak for the pattern and 3/4 oak for the frame.I had one major screw up as You can tell one of the men has no face LOL! The face just broke out as I was cutting! Oh well this is a gift I hope they like it anyway.

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They will never know it was not intended to be that way unless you tell them. Just say in your rendition it is Judas and he is hiding inside his cloak. Nice job!
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Nicely done.
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Lee,the cutting looks great.If you want to blend the seam created by cutting from two pieces,you may find that combining sawdust from the wood and white glue works well...make a putty from it,fill and sand...-Andy Maurvz800.webs.com/
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