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    Wood Pendants

    I made several necklace pendants, the small one is maple burl and the others are maple with flame.
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    Very Nice Jim, I bought one of those pendant jigs several years ago and never really used it. Guess I should drag it out and get busy!
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    Nice ones, Jim. The ladies love those.

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    Very cool, Jim. What did you use to color the wood?
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    Very nice Jim...My dad has one of the jigs...need to try it out!
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    My daughters and grand daughters would love those. What is the jig like ??
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    Those are quite nice. One question from one who has never done those before. What is the average diameter of something like that? I know they aren't big, but curious on that.
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    Great looking pendants Jim. What type of jig is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    What is the jig like ??
    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    What type of jig is it?
    Here's a tutorial that Vaughn did on turning the pendants and the jig a few years ago.
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