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    Thanks for lesson on making a Norwegian Tine..... Harmony, and Jim Finn.
    Thank you very much for your instructions......found here by the way...
    http://www.scrollsawer.com/forum/bow...ects/44268.htm

    This is the first time for me bending wood, lacing wood and getting a "snap fit" for a box. Lots of mistakes, but I plan on making more so that should improve.
    I'm a happy camper to have finished it. Fun project, give it a try.
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    Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

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    Excellent job WD! I really like that. You did a fantastic job on that one. Someone will be really happy to get this. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    DW
    Life is hard. It is even harder when you are being stupid.
    John Wayne

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    • #3
      To steal a phrase. Sweeeeeeeeeeet! <smile>
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
      Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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      • #4
        Wow! that is really neat!
        T
        Theresa

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        • #5
          WD,

          Your tine’ is beautiful.

          What method did you use for bending? What type of wood did you use?

          I always wondered if a woman would lap the side in a different direction than I do. Either way is correct.

          Your lacing is very well done. I like the heart pattern you get by starting at the bottom.

          Please share your next tiner, now that you are a Nordic Craftsman.

          Dave

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          • #6
            I think it's Nordic Craftsperson.

            Lovely job, WD. But then, just about everything you do is top notch! Once we move and my head is back on my shoulders, maybe I'll give it a try, too. Looks like fun!
            Carole

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            • #7
              Nice job. Looks like you had fun with it.
              Hegner Polymax- 3,Hegner Multimax-3,
              "No PHD, just a DD 214"

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              • #8
                fantastic, thanks for posting

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                • #9
                  WD, that is fantastic, beautiful job for sure.
                  fran

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                  • #10
                    Very nice, fantastic....
                    Excuse my English, I go through a translator
                    Jean-Jacques
                    http://tour-dec.fr/

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                    • #11
                      Wonderful work Wooddog.

                      Mke

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for the replies guys & gals, hope some of you try this style of box (tine) and please post yer pix. Always fun to learn new methods in woodworking.
                        Originally posted by Harmony
                        What method did you use for bending? What type of wood did you use?
                        For this tine I used my piece of rain gutter, sealed at both ends, and left it there for 2 days, in cold water. I got one crack while bending though. The wood used is Poplar.
                        I have since made a steam box powered by my Shark hand steam little unit. I remembered Rolf posting a picture of his home made steam box powered by a garbage day find rug steamer. I steamed the cane in it and it worked just fine, eager to try another piece of Poplar for another practice tine.
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                        Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

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                        • #13
                          Have used poplar for bottoms and lids, think I will try it for a few sides next time. Think it would look good with cherry or walnut latching posts and handle.

                          Dave

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