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    OK, I typed this all once, then lost it, so here it goes again.
    Special thanks to the designers of the patterns I chose!!

    The wolf, is designed by Sheila Bergner-Landry. It is shrunk to 45% original size, scrolled out of 1/8th thick red oak, and glued to 1/8th inch stained baltic birch ply. It was cut using a FD-TC#3 blade, and has 46 blade entry holes.
    The lion is designed by Kevin D. aka: Jediscroller . Thank you Kevin. It was designed to be used as an 11 by 14 inch pattern, so major shrinking was required to fit this into a 5 inch square. It is cut out of 1/8th inch maple, glued to 1/8th inch stained baltic birch plywood. It was cut using a FD-TC#1 blade because of its intricacy, and has ...ready???????? 135 blade entry holes!
    The tiger.... This tiger was designed be Dave Sutton aka dustycanuck . Kevin gave me a great tiger to use, however after shrinking it to fit the square,it didnt make a nice matching pattern to compliment the detail in the lion, so I opted for this tiger from Dave.This was designed to be cut as an 8 1/2 by 11, so major shrinking again to fit 5 by 5 inches.It is cut from 1/8th maple, and glued to 1/8th inch stained baltic birch ply. Again, I chose the FD-TC#1 blade . Now, here is a totally circumstantial phenomenon. Get this... It has exactly 135 blade entry holes , the same as the lion square!
    I hope Bob has his pro photographers get some nice pictures to share with those that can not see the project firsthand. They are in the mail, and should arrive by weeks end Bob. Now, i will try attaching photos again, and hope I dont have to type this a third time!!! Dale
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    Dale w/ yella saws

  • #2

    Nice looking ducks.
    Rick Hutcheson


    • #3
      Thanks Rick, I was wondering who would be the first to say something to that effect!!!!! LOL
      Dale w/ yella saws


      • #4
        That's one heck of a lot of cutting, Dale. When do you sleep?
        Cheers. Teresa .


        • #5
          lol Good one Rick

          great work there Dale

          "Everything Happens for a Reason"
          Craftsman 18in. 21609


          • #6


            You and Kevin make a great team.

            That is definitely beautiful artwork.

            This project is turning out to be awesome thanks to that quality of work.

            DW788. -Have fun in the shop or it isn't a hobby anymore.

            NOTE: No trees were killed in the sending of this message, but a large number of electrons were terribly inconvenienced.


            • #7
              Dale, Like I said before. WOW< WOW> WOW. I agree you and Kevin do have something going there. and Rick, you are so funny. I just love hummer., hommer ,Hammer, drats, I did injoy. still laughing. your frined , woops friend Evie, well don't wont to get to well to fast.


              • #8
                Me and Kevin dont have something going.... KEVIN has something going. A scrolled project can only be as good as the pattern is designed, and his patterns are awesome! I just cut... anyone can do that!!!
                Teresa.. when do I sleep? I usually get about 4 hours a night, my body is sort of used to that now.
                Thanks for all the great comments. I do think these ducks all turned out nice. Evie how are your ducks coming? Will they be done in time for the quilt hun? Dale

                psst evie.... it is spelled humor hunny
                Dale w/ yella saws


                • #9
                  Beautie's Dale. Complicated, heavily aerated beauties!!! Very well done, sir!

                  you have much more patience than I........and obviously a steadier hand.....perhaps I should give up the grog????? Nah..... Great job.
                  ‎"Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They're easier to ignore before you see their faces. It's easier to pretend they're not real before you hold them in your arms. But once you do, everything changes."

                  D. Platt


                  • #10
                    Great job Dale! The Tiger really goes well with the Lion I really like the pair.
                    I do have to disagree with you though on one point though, it's the cutter who brings the pattern to life. Otherwise it's just a lifeless 2 dimensional piece of paper (but thanks for the VERY kind words).
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