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    A Couple More Frames

    Sized for 5x7. Walnut and maple with BLO and shellac. I've really got to figure out how to take better pics . ..
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    Very nice, Glenn! You're becoming quite productive with those things!

    LOML liked the one I did so well that she wants a couple more now.
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    Thanks Bill. That's where these two came from. Does this sound familiar? "Oh Honey, so-and-so would love one of those for Christmas". ;-)
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    Lucky us, huh?
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    Those are nice Glenn, I need to find the plans for those

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    they are in one of the recent mags tom??? saw it last night.. but glenn has done a fine job with them.. how are you cutting your mitres glenn? chop saw or T saw?
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    Glen

    Those are really great frames..
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    Really nice frames Glen. I'll look through some magazines to see if I can find the plans. I'm sure my wife would love a few.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    they are in one of the recent mags tom??? saw it last night.. but glenn has done a fine job with them.. how are you cutting your mitres glenn? chop saw or T saw?
    Woodsmith 183 or 184 IIRC. I am using an accessory that I built for my sled for the miters. I posted it here I believe, I'll try to find the thread.

    Here it is although I have made a more refined one now that I know it works: http://www.familywoodworking.org/for...ad.php?t=15685
    Last edited by glenn bradley; 11-19-2009 at 04:23 PM.
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