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PostPosted: Sun Apr 19, 2020 8:31 am 
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Hey folks, I've got a couple recent projects I want to share. A corner cabinet unit I built for our formal dining room. Made with red oak and Maple.

Next is a 3-D end grain board that I have been wanting to build for a while. The board measures 14" X 14" X 1 1/4" made with purpleheart and maple.

I had scraps left over so I made a smaller cheese/bread board to accompany it.

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That is some real nice work right there! Every hair in place. I am sure someone will be very happy with all of those!

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Great job!
That second picture makes my eyes do weird things!
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I am always in awe of your creativity and craftsmanship, Dewayne. Great stuff! Thank you so much for the inspiration.

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reelinron wrote:
That is some real nice work right there! Every hair in place. I am sure someone will be very happy with all of those!

Thank you. We hung the cabinets yesterday and I will install the trim today.

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Zulu wrote:
Great job!
That second picture makes my eyes do weird things!
Zulu

Yes, the 3-D patterns aren't for everyone. My wife doesn't like them either.

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I am always in awe of your creativity and craftsmanship, Dewayne. Great stuff! Thank you so much for the inspiration.

Don

Thanks Don.

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Sweet job


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Sweet job

Thanks

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