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Harry
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 11:15 AM
Joined: 10-06-2009
Location: Kingston- Upon- Hull England
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  • I had no trouble at all here in England obtaining lillystamens
    Surprisingly enough. I found a local cake maker and decorators shop I got about 100 for £3 I wish hardwoods
    Were as easy to Get.

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  • Thanks scrappile for your comment.

    Can I ask a question! What is this Hamsa box you are working on? I don't believe I have seen one before.

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  • for your comments Carole.

    I did get some off cuts from a local Joiners shop which quite similar to the poplar you used it graduated from an olive green to a brown
    I used the wood to make some book-ends, wish I had saved it now. Two or three years ago I sent for some hardwood...
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  • Harry
    started a topic Intrigued

    Intrigued

    Can someone enlighten me please. It concerns the forum why is it that someone who posts their pictures and may have favourable responses
    gets a no like, or someone who has had no responses as I have had gets a like. Also I notice that I am a senior member level 2 I joined the forum in 2009...
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  • That bowl looks super, I have never attempted to make a bowl, love the grain and texture, I wish I had access to these hardwoods not so easy to obtain in the U.K. great job Sandy

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  • Harry
    started a topic Water lilly box

    Water lilly box

    I hd been looking at Carole's beautiful Water Lilly box in summer issue of scroll saw mag. I thought I would like to make it. But alas! as usual I didn't have the neccessary wood.
    Getting the timber here in the U.K. is difficult and comes at a high premium, one supplier wanted to charge me £70...
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