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  • #2
    I keep seeing this on the home page and finally decided to check it out. It looks like it could be loads of fun for anybody who appreciates a challenge. I've already done a turtle teaser puzzle and people love them. This should be equally as welcomed. I've downloaded the pattern and somebody will be getting this for Christmas this year. I plan on modifying it just a bit, making a tray out of the perimeter and gluing it to a solid bottom.
    Thanks so much for sharing!!
    "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."


    • #3
      I down loaded the patterm, and will give it a try.

      It's all fun
      Craftsman 18"
      Delta 46-460 lathe


      • #4

        As a newbie you'll try anything once.
        I downloaded and tried it, and enjoyed making it. I used spalted maple and padauk.
        thanks for posting it free.


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