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Old 11-11-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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I started a new project yesterday, I'm making the wooden book box that's in the new Holiday issue of SSW&C..
the woods I used for the fronts are yellow heart, paudak, red oak, mahogany, cherry, maple, poplar and black walnut...

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Very nice, like the choice of woods.

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Very very nice work! Can't wait to see the finished product. I have been thinking about doing that one after the holidays myself.
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Should look great. I always admired that project--Kim has such fantastic ideas.

And you're just the person to take something like this on. Can't wait to see the results!
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You are doing Kim's project proud...Looking forward to completed project too.
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Excellent work Trout. As usual it looks like it is going to be a great project. Thanks for sharing this with us.


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Great stuff so far. I saw that project and my son say 'make that for me!' so it will be on my list. =)

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thanks for all the encouragement on this project..
I figured I would need a Christmas gift sooner or later so I thought I couldn't go wrong with this box..

thanks for looking...

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Nice choice of timber, eager to see your finished product.
I too am making the pattern, but only have the top box finished so far.
Amazing use of small shop drops I must say.
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one of the things I'm doing different from the box in the magazine is that I'm doing the page grooves to all 3 sides...

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I guess it's time to plane some wood...

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