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    Thank's for looking, Lance

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    That looks nice Lance. I really like the difference between the different colors. What woods did you choose to use?

    DW
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    • #3
      poplar and walnut stain.

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      • #4
        Nice work, one of Steve Goods designs, I have that one in my pattern collection, though may be some time before I get around to doing it, still in the wrestleing with Inkscape trying to crteate a hybrid Pyro/Scrollsaw design. I have so many ideas and 'things to do' that It will take me quite some time to get to doing some more of his designs hehe.

        Nicely done

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