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    The pattern is by Jacob Fowler. It was cut from 1/2" cherry and the backer was cut from a piece of recycled dresser drawer and stained Provincial.

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  • #2

    Very nice


    • #3
      That's beautiful! I really love the "action" in the piece.


      • #4
        That is a super pattern , and you did a great job on cutting it. Thanks for sharing your work with us.


        • #5
          Very nicely done. The light wood shows up really well over the dark background. I would love to cut this piece. I need to hunt up the pattern.
          Again Nice Piece.
          Last edited by pmac53; 05-19-2012, 09:48 AM.


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