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    Hey guys and gals. Finished cutting this one last night. I actually surprised myself on how good it came out in the end. A little bit more sanding tonight and some finish and its all done
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  • #2
    Thats some really nice work! Is it actual size or smaller? What kind of wood are you using here?

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    • #3
      Thanks cpowell

      Its 1/4" maple with some 1/8" plywood for the back(not sure what kind) Its about 6" long. HERE is the pattern from Steve Good's Site.

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      • #4
        cool idea and nicely done too!

        Mike

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