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    pattern by Bob Valle. knight was cut from 1/4" B.B. and the backer was cut from 3/4" pine stained English Chestnut.

    Pat...
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    That looks good. I don't know if I'd have the patience for all those little straight lines.
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    • #3
      looks good PAT,
      well done
      not doing much
      and busy doing it


      having fun making sawdust.


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      • #4
        Beautiful piece, Pat. Looks fantastic. Love the grain in the backer, with the English Chestnut stain. You did good !
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        • #5
          Well done project! God Bless! Spirithorse

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          • #6
            Very nice Pat!!!
            May the wind at you back .....
            Not be from Lunch.

            Don't take life too seriously; No one gets out alive.

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            • #7
              Pat, that is great looking!
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              • #8
                that is really nice.

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