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    More Scrolling

    Still scrolling although I did take time out to help my nephew build a shoe cubby for his wife's 40 - 50 pairs of shoes.

    Here are my latest works. Also gives an idea why I am wanting to set up my band saw to do some resawing. These are cut in pieces of Basswood that I purchased at a carving show last year. They are small pieces about 1/4" thick. I really like the look of scrolling in slab wood like this, but I can normally only get it in 3/4" to 1 1/2" thickness. Hopefully I can resaw/plane to the thickness like these.

    Anyway this is what I did with the little pieces I had. Great fun

    Oh, I also did the "Swedish Viking" between doing other pictures. The pattern for it was provided to me from a gentleman in Sweden.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 37 Winter Scene  2 2016.jpg   33 Wild Horses  1 2016.JPG   IMG_2775.jpg   34 Swedish Viking  2 2016.jpg  
    "We the People ......"

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    That is some NICE work Paul you are getting real good at these
    A Turn N Time
    Components for John Smith Organs and the Hobby Organ Builder

    Frog Pond Guitars


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    Wow, those are fantastic. I was going to say the cabin was my favorite.. But then I saw the rest of them and now I can't decide!

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    The are all my favorite. Pau! you do fantastic work.
    David

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    Faith, Hope & Charity

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    Paul, I have to say that I'm no longer surprised at the quality of your work. It's simply fantastic!!!
    Bill Arnold
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    I really like the natural edge pieces, Paul. And the Viking is awesome!

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    I agree, the natural edges really add some character.
    Darren

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