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  • Carl E Jacobs
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    Hey! Jim !!!

    Now there is a CHALENGE ,SEGMENT ,SECTIONS ,of inter locking master piece like that ,distribute sections to members ,with over lapping backer boards ,to be assembled at a give spot ,into
    the final size and donated and displayed at a public building.
    Might be a real challenge ,for the FORUM .

    HMMMM!!
    Just a Thought !!
    MY BEST!
    Carl

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  • Janette
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    Originally posted by Bruce View Post
    LOL you don't know how much trouble I get into now for some of them.
    Some days he can hear me swearing at him from 3000 miles away

    Did you hear me yesterday Bruce

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  • Bruce
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    Originally posted by dragyn View Post
    Aawww come on, it would be a walk in the park for Bruce to come up with a pattern and only a couple of years for you to throw it together. . . Right?
    LOL you don't know how much trouble I get into now for some of them.

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  • Bruce
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    Originally posted by Jim McDonald View Post
    Do I anticipate something from you and Bruce on that scale anytime soon?? ;-]
    The largest I've done was for a church and was a representation of the Eucharist, it is 7' tall and 6' wide, it only has 200 pieces and about 12 different woods.
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  • deanswoodshop
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    Worlds Largest Intarsia

    I made the Fighting Bucks scene designed by Kathy Wise that is 5 feet long. I will have to see the one in Wilsonville soon.

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  • Janette
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    Uh...Mike....

    Lower your head, close your eyes....ok, they closed?



    S M A C K

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  • Pajaro
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    Yowser............

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  • dragyn
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    Originally posted by Janette View Post
    Not
    Aawww come on, it would be a walk in the park for Bruce to come up with a pattern and only a couple of years for you to throw it together. . . Right?

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  • Janette
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    Originally posted by Jim McDonald View Post
    Do I anticipate something from you and Bruce on that scale anytime soon?? ;-]
    Not

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  • Sally
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    Wow - that's beautiful. Looks like a worthy trip.

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  • CanadianScroller
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    I was just being silly and thinking it would be cool to do that as a postcard. But thats a bit much. It would make a nice serving tray though.

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  • CanadianScroller
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    amazing, I agree a road trip may be in order!

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  • jim_mex
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    Wow Jan! - if you fancy tackling anything like this I only have one comment to make.....

    You're gonna need a bigger shop!

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  • Jim McDonald
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    Do I anticipate something from you and Bruce on that scale anytime soon?? ;-]

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  • woodsman
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    Spectacular, now that needs to be seen in person. Looks like I'm going to have to take a road trip.

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  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to I've been AWOL for too long...
    by Jim McDonald
    For you and hotshot , remember to hide notes, chicken bones or beer cans in the stud cavities for the next remodeler to find.

    I am partial to the folks who hide plastic skeletons in dead spaces under stairs, etc.
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    My wife fell in love with the shamrock cross pattern in the spring issue of SS&W. So I had to make her one as soon as I found the time. Off course, not being able to leave a good pattern alone, I decided to turn it into a segmentation using some real hard broken pallet wood I 'disposed off' at work....
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  • Ennobee
    Reply to I've been AWOL for too long...
    by Ennobee
    Hi Jim.
    glad to hear back from you. I have been absent almost just as long, but that was just because my 9-5 morphed into a 12-hour a day job due to... Something with the economy I guess. So yes. Good luck with your house. How come I have the feeling that after all this work you'll end up living...
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  • hotshot
    Reply to I've been AWOL for too long...
    by hotshot
    Had to smile at that, as I bought that exact same hammer drill, for about the same reason

    -----Randy...
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  • Daddy's scroller
    Reply to I've been AWOL for too long...
    by Daddy's scroller
    Have a fun safe trip Jim. I hope pictures to follow...
    08-10-2022, 06:46 PM
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