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  • Wolf Trio Done

    I showed this in the Works in Process thread a few days back.

    It was hard to take a picture without bright spots showing on the finish. I had to change the pattern some to fit my piece of walnut.

    The pattern is from March 2010 CWC mag by Marilyn Carmin.
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  • #2
    WOW, that is a unique piece of wood. Great cutting.
    Linda

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    • #3
      The camera made the wood look yellow but it is a very dark walnut.

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