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  • tdub4ever
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    Yes it was. Being 1/8" BB I barely even sanded it. It was very nerve racking! Don

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  • danny melton
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    Bet the black was fragile to cut and handle afterwards. Original I say.
    Danny :+}

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  • tdub4ever
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    Danny, Stinky is 3 pieces. Thanks!

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  • danny melton
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    Hey Don....Is the Stinky one a three piece. Or is the Black painted? Looks Cool....
    Danny :+}

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  • ncsealeveler
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    They look great,likeum.
    Tony

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  • tdub4ever
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    Thanks all. Thanks for the pattern oily. I should mention that the golfer pattern is a pattern from Sue Mey. Don

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  • wood-n-things
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    Nicely done and that is a stinker of a font. LOL

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  • oily
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    Those are great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I attached some patterns of some I have done for a golfer. Feel free to change the name and use it if you like.
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  • blondewood
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    Awesome key rack. So cool that you found those golf clubs.

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  • Danny
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    Nice cutting. I like your "key" holders.

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  • Sally
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    Very nice projects. I especially like the Stinky one.

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  • tdub4ever
    started a topic A couple new projects

    A couple new projects

    Here are 2 things that I've made. One is for my girlfriends older sister, the key rack. Her sister and her husband are avid golfers so I made this for them. The pegs for the keys are actual golf clubs I found at a thrift store! The name plaque is for a customer at our local gas station. It's made in 3 layers. 1/2 poplar, 1/4 MDF and 1/4 BBP. She wants it for her daughter and her nickname is "STINKY". She also wants one for her other 2 children. Don
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    What model Craftsman! Without that information we can't look up the saw and what type of clamp it has.
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