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Old 10-22-2013, 10:58 PM   #1
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19 1/2 inches tall by 12 1/2 inches wide...my design
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looks great Charlie, as always. Thanks for sharing

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Thats alot of holes Charlie, Looking good
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That is going to look great.
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Charlies that looks amazing. How many cuts on a finished cross?
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Very Nice.
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Thank you all. I have no clue how many cuts....not sure I wanna know
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thats gonna look amazing
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that is going to be unreal! nice work!!!
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That will be a beauty, nice design. What wood did you use? It also looks like you stack cut it.
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