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Old 12-15-2009, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default my 1st stack cut project

well i just got done cutting out a pattern from this months scrollsaw mag and i think it turn out great with the usual flaws

and if you look at the corner of the image you'll see one of carter's (aka the puzzle master) stamp puzzle

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Old 12-15-2009, 07:36 PM   #2
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Those turned out rather nice.

I have that same little box in my office near my computer for inspiration. Thanks again Carter.
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thanks i just took them outside and put a stain on them and them 2maro i will do a nothing staining i will have some pictures by 2maro night
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Ahh the "usual flaws" you say. Have you noticed, your "usual flaws" keep getting fewer, and less severe as you gain practice?Id say you done great. Not perfect, but your getting there.I have been cutting for quite a few years now, and I still havent cut out a perfect piece yet.Its still fun though! You done great. So, what was your thoughts on stack cutting? Not any harder than individual cutting, and you got twice as much to show for it, great job!
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yeah lucky they are getting smaller but yeah i still need practise any way here is the pic i prommesed you guys of the stained one and then my newest ortiment i just cut out today the 16th

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