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  • Teacher
    Wild shot trying to find pattern
    by Teacher
    My son is getting married and my wife fell in love with a pattern named "Sylvia's wedding cross". Apparently that design was done by a person who is no longer on this forum and it is rather an old one as far as I can tell through searching. From posts I have searched several have made it....
    Today, 03:07 PM
  • will8989
    Reply to Source for 5-Ply poplar plywood?
    by will8989
    I do all my puzzles in 3/4” wood, mostly poplar but some cherry or walnut....
    Yesterday, 10:57 PM
  • millwab
    Reply to Source for 5-Ply poplar plywood?
    by millwab
    Understandable for your baskets Betty, but in my experience 1/4” solid wood for puzzles tends to not hold up very well. Especially the small locks....
    Yesterday, 08:57 AM
  • will8989
    Planer do
    by will8989
    Should read planer Died yesterday. But Bruce got out his instruction book and google and got it apart. Needs new belt, plastic cover and pulley gear. Ordered from eBay and should have by Monday. Of course all work on dough boards stopped. $55 is much cheaper than a new planer. Oh well, on to the next...
    Yesterday, 08:48 AM
  • will8989
    Reply to Source for 5-Ply poplar plywood?
    by will8989
    My customers won’t buy anything cut from plywood. I’ve spoiled them. I use poplar for all my kid puzzles. With Bruce volunteering at the County Park antique sawmill, I have an endless supply of poplar. My current batch is green and white striped. I make cases for all my puzzles and back them with...
    Yesterday, 08:43 AM
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