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  • meydenhart
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    Ok looks like I mis-counted!
    Fred, you can ask WTB for "Celtic cross 2"

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  • meydenhart
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    Marsha, the one that Fred cut has 75 cuts, the new one has 156

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  • Woodbutcher68
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    Sue. I'll be looking for that pattern too.
    81 holes in the one I did.
    My next project will be another Sue Mey design.
    Last edited by Woodbutcher68; 03-15-2007, 12:13 PM.

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  • Marsha
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    Beautiful crosses, both of them. Did either of you, Sue or Fred, count the drill holes. Looks like alot to me.
    Marsha

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  • meydenhart
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    Hi Fred,

    You did a nice job on the cross - I enjoy making crosses. Here's my latest one...
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  • Dragon
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    Nice work on the cross.
    Never knew that about the initials. Will go back and check the catalog again.
    Diane

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  • Woodbutcher68
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    Ian, I realized that a while back, but didn't check it on that one.
    Bill, the Celtic Knot is part of the pattern and not separate.

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  • wwalker47
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    Well done!

    Woodbutcher68-

    That's one fine looking cross. Is the knot work in the actual cross separate from the cross as a whole?

    -Bill

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  • PuzzledMoose
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    Nice design there and looks like you made a great job of it, Fred.

    I only realised the other day that you can tell who the designer is in the Wooden teddy Bear catalogue by the initials in front of the code number - at least if you recognise the initials ..

    I do know that all the ones beginning SM are Sue's - and AD, for instance is Andy Deane .. It would actually be nice to have a full list - unless some designers wish to remain anonymous ..

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  • Woodbutcher68
    started a topic Celtic Cross

    Celtic Cross

    I saw and ordered this pattern on the Wooden Teddy Bear site. I had no idea who's pattern it was until I got. It's a Sue Mey!
    I cut it from 1/2" oak and finished it with Tung Oil.
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