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Old 12-16-2009, 09:01 PM   #1
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I've had to make so many of these I'm seeing them in my sleep.
Most were cherry and butternut. These last two were out of teak. Had two small pieces of scrap from a friends boat repair. What a pleasure to cut even at 1" thick.
Very sweet odor with and the dust has a very oily feel. Smelled and felt so nice it must be toxic. I have never used it before. Anyone have any info about it?
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Real nice. I know I have seen the pattern but can't remember where?
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Real nice. I know I have seen the pattern but can't remember where?
Mike, The original pattern was from Steve Good. For some reason they seem to be really popular. These last two makes 28 of them. Oh well not complainin'.
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Teak is full of it's own natural oil it will not require any finish. It will work very well out doors as well. The dust can be hazardous. How much are you getting in NY for your kitchen helpers...have you seen my squirrel kitchen helper (it's not mine but I've been making them for 20 years)? I have sold a ton of those as well...I'll have to enlarge it so i can place a persons name in it...great Idea!
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Teak is full of it's own natural oil it will not require any finish. It will work very well out doors as well. The dust can be hazardous. How much are you getting in NY for your kitchen helpers...have you seen my squirrel kitchen helper (it's not mine but I've been making them for 20 years)? I have sold a ton of those as well...I'll have to enlarge it so i can place a persons name in it...great Idea!
Hey Mike, Nope haven't seen your kitchen helper. I don't remember on your site. Gota pic?
Some have been freebie's the rest went for 10 -12.
Some went with a trivit. Made a nice package.
Did you see Steve's pattern for a knobber. Prettier than the one's i sent you.
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I did see his knobber..LOL & I still like yours better.
There is a pic on my site on the gallery page...Link to my site is in my siggie....

I seem to remember you saying you had some as sets with a trivet before..My brain must be the Fan syndrome again.
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I did see his knobber..LOL & I still like yours better.
There is a pic on my site on the gallery page...Link to my site is in my siggie....

I seem to remember you saying you had some as sets with a trivet before..My brain must be the Fan syndrome again.
I like it, lots of room for word art or a pic. I like the napkin holder too.
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Pictures guys now you both no better than this we neeeeed pictures. i'm dying to see the squirrel and whats a knobber.

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Jerry my pic is on my gallery page of my website...I also make a fox one and a dog one. The squirrel out sells the other 2-- 10-1.

Steve good made a auxiliary knob for the dewalt scroll saw to make it easier to change blades. I was telling Oily that the set he made for me were great and that I use them all the time and wish I had them years ago. I like his better and think that he should sell the ones he makes.
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Pictures guys now you both no better than this we neeeeed pictures. i'm dying to see the squirrel and whats a knobber.

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Jerry, The oven rack puller/pusher are pictured above and this is "The "knobber"
If you cut the center at 1or2 degrees they will be easy to put them on and take off and will press on tight enough stay on if you choose. I don't think there is clearance on the bottom and watch your knuckles on top when you cut thicker material.
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