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    Re: Looking for Diamond Willow Blanks

    Don Wedll has diamond willow as well as basswood..try this site


    • #3
      Re: Looking for Diamond Willow Blanks

      Check with Gene Bremmer

      Ken Laninga also sells them

      I think that Gene or Don will have the best prices. I bought some from Ken last year before I learned obout Gene or Don.

      Hope this helps


      • #4
        Hi my name is nels holte i live in northern minnesota. i dont know how recent this post is or if you are still on the hunt for dimond willow. If you are ur in luck. i have acre upon acre of diamond willow. from big to small i will have what you need. if ur still looking let me know and i will cur what you desire. thanks Nels Holte 218-230-5590 call ne time


        • #5
          northern willow if you look in the top left corner of the last post before yours says(03-20-04.
          Alan and Rafi.

          In our house, if you have to bend over to pet a dog it ain't a real dog!


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