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    I did this today and only need to make a frame for it and that will most likely be a Bamboo frame as its my favorite stuff to make frames from..oh yeah its MDF as I never used that before .. And I have forgoten where I found the pattern or who did but thanks heaps for a great pattern
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    Nicely done...
    Douglas Fraser
    Eagle River, Alaska

    My Gallery - Aurora Wood Crafts

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