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  • susieq4131
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    Very nice! Unique pattern. You did a great job.

    SQ

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  • AirNationalGuardMom
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    Beautiful job DW.
    Linda

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  • Hawaiilad
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    Oh yea I like that one. I think it would go over great at the shows...just add a checkered napkin to wrap the warm bread with..

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  • lkbraa
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    Thanx DW for the reply!!! I am downright awful at setting prices!!! I came across a local gallery the other day and they actually had some scrolled art for sale...I almost choked on the prices tho...they were asking $85-135 for some of the collapsable baskets made out of Oak and stained Pine/Poplar. I thought to myself...I really need to up my prices on my boxes - lol!
    Thanx Again!

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  • Sally
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    Very nice looking bread basket!

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  • DWSudekum
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    Not sure Kim. This is the 1st one I have made, I expect that it might sell for in the $20 -$35 range but a lot will depend upon what the venue will be.

    DW

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  • lkbraa
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    DW, another great project!!! I luv the wood choice, especially since walnut is one of my favs to work with! Do you sell these at the local market, if so, what is your asking price if you don't mind me asking?
    Thanx for sharing!

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  • Greenfield_Bob
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    Great work, I like it very much.

    Bob

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  • Mayo Farmer
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    Good job DW, and nice choice of wood.

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  • DWSudekum
    started a topic Bread Basket

    Bread Basket

    Pattern from Sheila Landry's website. *Wood is 3/8 inch American Black Walnut and finished with Tung Oil.


    DW
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