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    I finally got to saw again this weekend. I had to move everything out of the house to a storage building. It does not have cooling so when the weather is 100 - 115 degrees I stay in the air conditioned house.

    This is one of mine and I think for a first try it came out nice. I have to work on my drill holes. Has anyone tried to fill them after cutting the pattern out?

    Hope you like it. I would really like your feedback.
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    That is nice. For those drill holes, here are 2 options.
    1. Use a smaller drill bit for your entry holes.
    2. try drilling part way down the vein and you can feather the sides out so the hole is not so noticeable.

    Hope that helps.
    "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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