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    Give me your opinions on my Kitchen roll holder.I am still learning the art of scroll sawing.
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    Learning the art of scroll saw.

  • #2
    Your going to need lots of paper towels because the cow is spilling all her milk laying sideways like that .....but from that angle looks like you did a nice scrolling and painting job.
    Thanks for posting yer pix.
    Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.


    • #3
      We will name it "Sleeping Cow" Great job of cutting and painting...something most of us can do one or the other but not both....I am the scroller and my wife the painter in my family.

      Are these coming back around again? I remember making tons of these years ago


      • #4
        Its definitely tilted to one side quite a bit. Looks like you did a fine job with it.
        Douglas Fraser
        Eagle River, Alaska

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        • #5
          The head in the pattern was on the side like that.Keep those comments coming.I am still learning.
          Learning the art of scroll saw.


          • #6
            We weren't talking about the cute tilted cow's the picture that is side ways. Just poking a little fun is all


            • #7
              I love this, its so cute! I could definitely see this in a country kitchen somewhere...


              • #8
                Good job cutting and painting. My wife would like one of those. Did you purchase a pattern somewhere?
                Pacifism is great, as long as everyone is participating.


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                • #9
                  good job looks fine to me Ron


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