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    Proof of concept. Seam ripper

    The last ones I did I used the clear plastic cover. Didn't work too good. This one has a 7mm pen tube in the cover and a pop fit. Finish is rattle can laquer. Walnut from Larry.
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    i would say that it worked out pretty good dale
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    yup its amazin where walnut finds its way huh looks great dale i thought some of it got near dan but havnt seen any proof of it ,,that clock keeps taking away his time
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    Dale that looks great. Larry's walnut sure is making it rounds.
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    I think the concept proved itself quite well, Dale. I'll bet they'll sell.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bernie Weishapl View Post
    ...Larry's walnut sure is making it rounds.
    Come to think of it, I don't recall seeing any of Larry's flatwork buddies posting any pics of their chocolate projects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    I think the concept proved itself quite well, Dale. I'll bet they'll sell.



    Come to think of it, I don't recall seeing any of Larry's flatwork buddies posting any pics of their chocolate projects.
    yup yur right vaughn there is alot of wood out there in many places that seems to have vanished from the camra light,, Rob is showing his stuff though! and Steve B showed some of his stuff.. Dale showed something, so 3 outa several doesnt seem like to good of a showing huh most of it went to your group vaughn..spalted maple and walnut both, and some red streaked Box Elder. probally should have charged more that way they would have thought it was valuble
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    That's a pretty little thing. Is it threaded? looks like it in the picture

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    Real purty. Should be popular with the ladies.

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    This is very nice. I can see this being a very good seller at craft festivals.

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    Proof of concept. Seam ripper

    Nice job Dale. It's good to have a wood supplier like our Larry.

    No Larry, I haven't let the box elder go to waste. I just got back from vacation. (My first in two & a half years) I'm trying to postpone turning that piece until I can get a coring tool (like the McNaughton tool) to save the center for one or two more pieces. I will surely post my projects when I do.

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