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  • John Nelson's Macaw Pattern

    Made two of JN's Macaw pattern - first w/Woodburst colors, second with 'regular' wood stains: natural, honey, med oak, dark walnut. Everyone who's seen both likes the 'regular' one better - go figure.

    Try it - you'll like it!

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