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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Octagonal Jewelry Box

    Not much special about this box, except that I used all scraps including the box side. The pattern is by Gary MacKay and found in SWWC Summer issue #15. It is a small box measuring about 4" in diameter and 2 1/2" high. The woods used are Cherry and Sycamore. The blades are FD Polar #3 and #9. The finish is sanding sealer and spray Shellac. Comments welcome.

  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by meflick View Post
    Another great looking project Denny. Thanks for letting us know about the "fit" on the lid. Thanks for showing.
    Thanks Melanie. I placed the lid on the base and sanded with a spindle sander for fit.

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  • meflick
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    Another great looking project Denny. Thanks for letting us know about the "fit" on the lid. Thanks for showing.

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by DWSudekum View Post
    Denny nice job on that one. I made that one when it came out and i had a similar issue. Thanks for sharing this with is.


    DW
    Thanks DW. Now I know it wasn't just me.

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  • DWSudekum
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    Denny nice job on that one. I made that one when it came out and i had a similar issue. Thanks for sharing this with is.


    DW

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by leehljp View Post
    Great design box. I really like that design.
    Thanks. Only problem, the sections are not exactly the sme, so you have to rotate the top until it matches.

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    Great design box. I really like that design.

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