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    Another "Not exactly fine woodworking" thread

    Both our preschool and Sunday school programs needed a stable for this year's programs, so, who'd they call?

    Made from 2x' and some left over T&G pine from the chapel ceiling renovation in 2005, its 5' wide, and about 2 1/2' deep and a little under 4' tall. The top keys into two dowels in the front facia to hold everything together. The top lifts off and the two sides are hinged to fold across the back so everything can be stored against the wall.

    Already have an order to build a similar unit for someone's front lawn! Not the intended purpose, but...

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    Last edited by Rennie Heuer; 12-17-2010 at 04:19 PM.
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    pretty awesome Rennie... great work! I like the use of leftover materials and super storability
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    Nice work! Congrats on the commission!
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    Not exactly FWW? Looks like some pretty outstanding craftsmanship to me... Well Done Rennie!

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    Nice Rennie and if unexpected commissions come out of things all the better

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    Well, that's definitely my idea of fine woodworking!
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    Well, you have fooled me. That looked pretty fine to me.

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    Looks like a work of art to me. Well done.

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    Looks great to me. Kids look great as well.
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    Thanks! You are all too kind.
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