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    I seen this pattern in the W&C mag 3/10. Was looking at wood an seen a board that "looked" like the bird.
    Cut from poplar an finished in BLO and satin lacquer. Pattern made by Jacob Fowler. Thanks for looking.
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    Last edited by Trackman; 02-12-2012, 08:28 AM.

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    That's pretty sharp.Jerry
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    • #3
      Excellent choice of woods and finish. You did an awesome job with that one. Thanks for sharing it with us.

      DW
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      • #4
        That came out really cool...!!!!

        Excellent use of grain and figure..!!!
        Jim

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        • #5
          Truly beautiful! How tall is it? It looks like it might be large-- either way, you did a wonderful job and the wood is perfect!

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          • #6
            Thanks for the kind words. The project is 11 1/2" tall.

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            • #7
              I love how you picked the wood to fit the project. Great job of cutting. I love their patterns also.

              george
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              • #8
                Very nice, like the way you made it freestanding and the dark color is super.
                thanks for taking the time to post and share this one with us.
                jim
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