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  • BobD
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    Rick's not a member of the site, but I think I can answer your question.

    One two pieces, cut from the top down to the middle line on both ends of each piece. On the other two pieces, cut from the bottom up to the middle line on both ends of each piece.

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    Bob Duncan
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    i like your multi-use fretwork basket but i'm confused by how to cut the upper and lower slots do you have a better explanation on how to do it. this was the recent issue of scrollsaw magazine on page 60

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