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 Post subject: In Progress End Tables
PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 4:11 pm 
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Part of the bedroom set I'm building.

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Looking good. Keep the "in progress" pic's coming.


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Looking good Larry. Are these for you or a client?


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Nice job Larry it's looking great, just keep up the good work.

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Hey Larry,

Lookin' good!

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Off to a great start Larry. 8)

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Hey Buddy,

Did anybody say, "You do good?" :D

Truly nice work but I would expect nothing less from the Fester Shop! I like the cutouts ate the bottom. Very nice.

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Beautiful cloud lift on the base Larry! That's a difficult to lay out shape but worth the effort. I'm anxious to see the piece completed

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Nice work, Larry.

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Looks great! I like the base!

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Larry,

This looks very nice, your work always looks clean, straight, and perfect. All the lines in this project look really tight. You're my hero Larry! :D

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Beautiful timbers you used on another perfect project.
I know what color it's going to be.
Nice talking to you Larry.

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Is the case solid oak or oak ply?

Nice work!!! Looking good.

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Joe, the case sides are $90 a sheet oak plywood, the nicest oak plywood I've ever seen. The face frame is solid oak. This is one of two I have built.

Bob, it was great talking to you, too. The blizzard is back, this time with high winds.

Thanks, everyone, for the compliments.

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Those are some beautiful miters on that base Larry.

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Please, not green. Not green. Not green. :D


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Rob, my miters aren't usually that good. Maybe it's because I tuned up the miter saw the other day.

And, No, I'm not painting it green. Blue maybe, but not green. :D :D :D

It will be stained the same color you see on the inside. This really is some beautiful plywood. I had a hard time figuring out which was side A and side B

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TominTexas wrote:
Beautiful cloud lift on the base Larry! That's a difficult to lay out shape but worth the effort. I'm anxious to see the piece completed


Tom said exactly what I was thinking....

beautiful so far I can't wait to see more
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Very nice looking piece. This isn't going to be green? Is It?

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Looking great Larry.

Looked for ya at Woodcraft today.

Take care,

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