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Old 06-12-2010, 07:41 PM   #1
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Needs more sanding, shaping and a finish. This one makes 42 of these I've made.
Hope to have a pile of them for the show next Saturday
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Jeez, are you expecting every car buff to have a wife/girlfriend named Cathy? <wink>

Nice cutting. Hope you sell them all.
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Jeez, are you expecting every car buff to have a wife/girlfriend named Cathy? <wink>

Nice cutting. Hope you sell them all.
That is the 5th Cathy Pull I think.
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That's a nice one, where did you got the pattern from? I could use one too, but with my name in eh!
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That's a nice one, where did you got the pattern from? I could use one too, but with my name in eh!
The pattern came from Steve Good originally but it's a good one to get creative with.
Whats my other sisters name?
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Rob:
I've made a few simple oven tools and had great plans to knock out a bunch Sunday--before my saw went belly up--and my question is, do you round the edges at the handle or are they still squared up?

It looks a little rounded like it was hit with a sanding mop and I think that might fit the hand a little more comfortably. Good looking work. I've got to make mine a little more complex for this year.
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I've made a few simple oven tools and had great plans to knock out a bunch Sunday--before my saw went belly up--and my question is, do you round the edges at the handle or are they still squared up?

It looks a little rounded like it was hit with a sanding mop and I think that might fit the hand a little more comfortably. Good looking work. I've got to make mine a little more complex for this year.
I've started rounding them with a 1" belt sander with the backer and table removed.
i try to make each different. I'm going to try and 3D cut the handles
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Her name is Nikita, she's the oldest one





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