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    A helpful cabinet maker resawed some walnut to 1/2-3/4" thickness for me. I would like to use it to make some of the baskets and bowls that use a single piece of wood. I have John Nelson's books on wooden baskets and the Longabaugh books on collapsible baskets. I also looked at Carole Rothman's book on bowls: not the type of bowl patterns I am seeking. Can anyone recommend other pattern sources for my project? Thanks.

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    Steve Good has some in his pattern book
    Baskets-Bowls-Boxes-Jars :
    Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

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      Steve Good

      Thanks for the advice. I have used some of his patterns for other things and may try the Star Bowl from his pattern library.

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