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    Pattern by Alexfox not to hard but have to be close on your cutting because no glue used. Called for 4mm couldn’t find any so sanded 5mm down.

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    Interesting project
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      I would need a bottle of Irish Whiskey nearby if I tried that. Then it would be really interesting!! Great job.
      Betty

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