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  • My 2nd Intarsia Christmas Bunny

    It has lots of shadows.I made it 75% of fill size It's 81/2x7" I'm not going to sell it,but if I was going to wnat would be the going rate here in Oregon?
    Lance
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    Nice work! What type of wood did you use?

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      Jack Mac I used redwood for the inside of the ears and tumy and poplar for the rest. I used blackberry's to stain the hat and candycain, Then put mineral oil on everything. The pattern is by Bruce Worthington. Lance

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