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    Le rolling Pin

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    Lori spotted one of these this weekend at a craft show. so...
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    Ambrosia maple... ~11" long 1.25" diameter #instantgratification


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    Your pcitures are very art noire!

    Fun project to get done quickly!

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    Thanks Ryan, just record keeping shots with the iPhone. If I really want to, I can drag out the D300s...
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    Ned, Ned, Ned...never make a loved one anything that can be used as a weapon! Nice looking bonker

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    Le rolling Pin

    Ted, trust me, she wouldn't need that ... Besides, she promised me cookies!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Ned, Ned, Ned...never make a loved one anything that can be used as a weapon! Nice looking bonker
    Bill Arnold
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    Nice project, what kind of finish will go on it? Mineral Oil?
    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    Ted, trust me, she wouldn't need that ... Besides, she promised me cookies!
    run, ned, run, they always promise you cookies first! good one ned!
    benedictione omnes bene

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Nice project, what kind of finish will go on it? Mineral Oil?
    Darren, exactly. though it didn't do much to it... the skew left it almost burnished, I sanded to 240 grit just the same.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    run, ned, run, they always promise you cookies first! good one ned!
    Thanks Dan!
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