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    I'm about to start my first relief carving project. The book I'm using recommends using Jelutong wood. Does anyone have a recommendation for an online site for buying wood?

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    Re: Where can I buy Jelutong Wood

    Here's my two all-time favorites.

    Heinecke Wood Products
    Dale & Tim Heinecke
    76 - 27 1/2 Avenue
    Cumberland, WI 54829
    (715) 822-8642

    and Slim's Woodshed
    Slim Maroushek
    P O Box 594
    Harmony MN 55930
    (507) 886-3114 or [email protected]

    They are reasonable, have good wood, and are great to do business with. They have various kinds of woods.

    Donna T


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      Re: Where can I buy Jelutong Wood


      Thanks for taking the time to respond to my question. I'm looking to make or buy a workbench for relief carving. Any suggestions?


      Brian KJ


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          Re: Where can I buy Jelutong Wood

          If buying a carving table is your plan then check out the Veritas Carvers Bench at Lee Valley Tools. I received one as a birthday gift this year from my bride, and it is great.



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