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  • frieke
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    Wow Jim, very nice cutting again, thanks for using my patterns. I like the colored background, it makes it fragile.... still need some time to work on the other one, almost finished... thanks for your patience to wait...

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  • wsmith0896
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    You have the patience of an oyster. Very beutifull work.

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  • anewscroller
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    Wow! is right. That is a very nice piece.

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  • Powakee
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    That looks like one of Frieke's pieces. I bought one from her. Can't cut it until after Halloween. I think I can safely say "that's my kind of woman" (and you can make of that what you wish - lol ;-)

    John

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  • Hawaiilad
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    Wow Jim. I'll bet that took awhile to do with all the drilling and cutting

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  • Pajaro
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    Sweet cutting. Now that is my kind of Fretwork. Where did you get the pattern?

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  • Oges
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    Amazing work Jim, looks good, I dont think I would want to keep track of how many cuts there are

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  • pmac53
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    Nice piece. Lots of holes and inside cuts. Keeps us on our toes, right? Thanks for sharing. Paul

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  • Sally
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    Oh my. . . !!!! Wow.

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  • penquin1
    started a topic 410 Mucha cutting

    410 Mucha cutting

    This is the newest Moucha art work in a cutting. Thanks to the pattern designer for the hard work they did on it. There are 410 cuts in it, this is the second most cuts I have ever did on a piece. I do have one with 710 cuts but I locked it up so I don't have to think about all the work that went into it (just kidding).
    Enjoy and again thank you to the wonderful folks who create the patterns for us.
    jim
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