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  • Sandy Oaks
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    I finally got the “Herat Trivet” hung on the wall.
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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by Jim McDonald View Post
    The grain pattern is beautiful. Piece like that SHOULD be on the wall--not under a pot of chili.
    You are right, Jim. No pot for this one.

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by NC Scroller View Post
    Red Cedar is very brittle and breaks easy. It also does not do heat well. It is also hard to turn for the same reasons.
    It sure is. After gluing, it makes a nice wall hanging.

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  • Jim McDonald
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    The grain pattern is beautiful. Piece like that SHOULD be on the wall--not under a pot of chili.

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  • NC Scroller
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    Red Cedar is very brittle and breaks easy. It also does not do heat well. It is also hard to turn for the same reasons.

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Originally posted by cwmagee View Post
    Denny

    Nice work. having worked with Eastern Red Cedar, I fully understand your comments about it being delicate.
    Thanks Fibber. I really liked the looks of this piece.

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  • cwmagee
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    Denny

    Nice work. having worked with Eastern Red Cedar, I fully understand your comments about it being delicate.

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Heart Trivet

    The pattern is by Sue Mey. I used 1/2" Eastern Red Cedar. It cut real easy. but I found very fragile. We will use it as a wall hanging rather than a trivet. It was cut on the Pegas Scroll Saw using Pegas #3 MGT blades. Comment welcome.
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