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Old 06-29-2014, 07:41 PM   #1
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This is a Steve Good project and it is pretty delicate so it was a bit hard to cut. It took me about 3 or 4 days to cut it. I'm going to rout the edges where the voids show in the hopes to hide them. If it doesn't work out then I'll just make another shelf to put on it. Not sure yet of the finish I'll put on it as yet. Enjoy ,,oh and any comments are more than welcome... Fay
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Old 06-30-2014, 11:33 AM   #2
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nice work! I dont recall seeing that pattern in his collection, I will have to go look at it.

What wood is that? Pine?
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No it's BB plywood. I have some scraps to use up so I have been looking for things to make to use it up. It'll be a great knick knack shelf but I bet it would look great in pine or a dark wood.
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Good work Fay. Theres another pattern Steve has that has three fairies in it you might like that I cut a while back. Same kind of delicate detail involved.
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very nice Fay love Hummingbird items going to give it a try
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Fay, very nice. What voids are you talking about? Are you going to try and rout the edges of the fretwork? or the shelf?
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Just the shelf part Rolf. This is plywood and there are 2 voids in it that I filled in with wood filler. It doesn't look too bad so I might be able to fix it. If not t hen I can make another shelf to put on it as it is not glued up yet. We'll see what happens.. Fay
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The plywood might look interesting. But I would lean towards solid wood.
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When I make another one I will make it out of regular wood. I was able to save the shelf and it turned out interesting. It may go in my room at this house and it is in the shop with the finish on it drying.
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