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  • Shalom

    This was in the Holiday issue and was PERFECT for a friend of ours.

    She's very difficult to buy for, she has everything and I've gotten into the habit of making her something every year. She celebrates Christmas with us so she'll be receiving it then.

    It's made out of 3/4" cherry and I plan to put a danish oil finish on it. I'll post pic of it once it's got a finish on it.
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    "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

  • #2
    That is very nice. You do awesome work. I do know of another shalom pattern that I am sure you would love. The one Im thinking of is done in (I think) yellowheart and purpleheart.Its owner stirs the pot in here, maybe he can post a picture, or a link to a picture of it. Otherwise, I'll do some searching. Dale
    Dale w/ yella saws


    • #3

      Bj Holm, has a very nice scrolled Shalom pattern.

      If you like, I can take a photo of the one I have, and scan it, so you can see it.

      I think, that BJ also has it on her web site.

      I like your Shalom its unique.


      • #4
        Very nice work Kelly. I've got that one stored for next year as I think it will be a good seller.
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        Making holes in wood with an EX-30, Craftsman 16" VS, Dremel 1680 and 1671


        • #5
          Outstanding!. You really did a great job.
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          Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21


          • #6
            Very nice work, Kelly.
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