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    This is just out of the workshop and i am really excited to have everyone see it. Bruce did a wonderful job in the design and i hope my work will do it justice. It will be available at Scroller Magazine shortly..
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  • #2
    WOW, I can understand your exitement, it is a beauty!! Your wood choices are perfect, the stone looks like blue pine but what is the sky.
    How big and how many pieces
    Rolf
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    • #3
      Beautiful! You've gone over the top with this piece, for sure. Kudos to Bruce for the design.

      Great job, Tommy!

      Nancy in AZ
      A clean house is a sign of a broken scroll saw!

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      • #4
        What a lovely piece of ART...thanks for sharing it with us
        Hawaiilad
        Larry

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        • #5
          What a Lovely job , don't blame anyone wanting to show something like this off --fine - fine - fine -- work .................MB
          Usually busier than a cat in a sandbox !!!!!!!!!!! MB { Dewalt 788 only }

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          • #6
            Tommy

            That is another beautiful piece. The wood selection is perfect.

            Bruce did a great job on the pattern but Tommy you are the one that did the outstanding job of selecting the wood and bringing it to life.
            Tim

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            I don't want no bargains, they always cost me more money.

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            • #7
              Most excellent work on that .. How long did it take you to complete that work of art? Thanks for sharing it with us.

              DW
              Life is hard. It is even harder when you are being stupid.
              John Wayne

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              • #8
                Oh my! What a wonderful picture, what an outstanding creation!!!!!

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                • #9
                  Thank all of you for the compliments. The pattern was the work of a great designer and I just tried to do it justice. Thank you Bruce.

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                  • #10
                    You certainly did justice to that wonderful design by Bruce.
                    Sweeeeet to the max job on that project Hal.
                    Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

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                    • #11
                      When I seen it the first thing out of my mouth was "O-MY"!!

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                      • #12
                        What a great job! Thanks so much for showing us.
                        Dan

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                        • #13
                          That turned out really nice. I love your choice of colors and especially love the brick. Another spectacular pattern Bruce!
                          Tammy

                          Pressure makes diamonds

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                          • #14
                            I was ask by Scroller LTD to make a Nativity along the same line as my Last Supper, one of their customers wanted a challenge. They had someone lined up to make it but they were overwhelmed, Tommy did it more than justice.
                            I sent him the pattern and suggestions along with a color picture that represented possible colors.
                            I couldn't have asked for better results. Scroller will be selling it until September and then it will be on my web site. It is 27 1/4" x 35" and has around 680 pieces.
                            Also Tommy used blue pine for the sky as well.
                            Bruce F. Worthington

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                            • #15
                              beautiful work, Hal and a very fine pattern from Bruce, as always.

                              Your attention to the detail in the piece makes it really stand out.

                              Great job!!

                              Tony
                              The good woodworker does not craft the wood for honor. He uses his craft to honor the wood.

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