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  • will8989
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    I enlarge and shrink patterns all time. I use rapid resizer. I did locate some scrap wood that would be perfect for the smaller size. I also mad some of the nativity Steve had a week ago. I’m taking stuff to the market for feedback. Of the 11 ornaments I took last week I came home with 3. Guess you would call that good feedback.

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  • Linda In Phoenix
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    Very nice and thank you for sharing. Finishing old projects can actually be rewarding in a very different kind of way. Can't wait to see!

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  • NC Scroller
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    Originally posted by will8989 View Post
    Great minds think alike! I have been working on the bottom one! What size is that? Since I’m not doing cardholders this year, we had lots of pieces taped up and I cut some last night out of 1/8” cherry. They came out nice but very fragile. They will be my family ornament this year. I also cut the middle size out of cherry with the white lamb. I am changing to the white background. They are also going on my table at the market.
    The entire ornament is 3 1/4" tall and 2 1/4" wide. The Holy Family figures are 2 1/2" tall by 2" wide. Of course you and reduce or enlarge to fit the stock you do have prepared.

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  • will8989
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    Great minds think alike! I have been working on the bottom one! What size is that? Since I’m not doing cardholders this year, we had lots of pieces taped up and I cut some last night out of 1/8” cherry. They came out nice but very fragile. They will be my family ornament this year. I also cut the middle size out of cherry with the white lamb. I am changing to the white background. They are also going on my table at the market.

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  • daveswoodworking
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    I like them great job

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  • meflick
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    Nice work Scott. Glad you are getting some mojo back. Could you send some this way?

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  • NC Scroller
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    Originally posted by martzy View Post
    Love the walnut one. Where did that come from?
    It came from Steve Good. Search for Mother and Child Segmentation.
    https://www.stevedgood.com/catalog/

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  • Sandy Oaks
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    Glad you are back in the saddle. Very well done.

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  • martzy
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    Love the walnut one. Where did that come from?

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  • NC Scroller
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    Back in the saddle again

    I recently posted that I was having a hard time getting back into my shop. My head and heart were just not in it. Well I am slowly making progress. Anyway yesterday I finished these two Steve Good projects. The nativity ornaments are from his newsletter one day last week. The backing is 1/4" maple plywood. The holy family is made of cherry and the sheep is bass wood. The stand up nativity is made of walnut. It is actually segmentation and each piece is shaped and contoured by sanding like you would do for intarsia. That project was started last winter and was one of several unfinished projects I had sitting. Now to tackle some of my started intarsia projects.

    Steve Good contoured nativity.jpgSteve Good nativity ornament 1.jpg

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