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ed357sw

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So i have been up to my eyes in saw dust again.

This project was fun to cut (really pushed my meager skills to the limit)
The original pattern called for a backer, but i went with this setup.
I used #3 blades and stack cut so i ended up with 2 complete pieces.
I used BB plywood, it sure took a toll on my blades though...
My 83 yr old mom saw the finished product and You can probably guess where it went to LOL

Thanks for looking

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Very nice cut.[thumb]
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Very nicely done!
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Looks great. Is the back ground a blue felt?
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Thanks for the kind comments. "Tony" it's actually a heavy crafting paper. I looked at felt but decide to try this crafting paper. I covered the backing with tite bond water proof glue. So I hope it holds up well over time.
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