Last edited by Matt Dunlap; 04-01-2008 at 12:51 AM.
Nicely done Matt! Keep those teachers happy - they're important folk.
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Nice projects. I am sure they will get plenty of use.
Good color, perfect proportions, original looking and practical.
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Nice post Matt. Especially good to those who followed you in the formulative stages.
Thanks again for the pics! We do love Pics!!!!!!!
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Nice projects, thanks for sharing. I bought a box of goodies at a charity auction a while back and in the box was a dozen of really small lazy susans... Over a year and no idea yet as to what to do with them. Now My tiny brain cells are swelling with ideas.... Thanks again for your posting.
Nice work Matt! First, that you make things for a class of school children is great, but that they be exposed to that kind of creativity and the art of milling wood is an education in itself.
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Good projects Matt.
Posting them in one go with their links is a helpful resource, I specially like the joints of the caroussel box and the way you inset the lazy Susan.
The wall cabinets are great!
And for the coat hangers, I agree with some other comments that have been made about using shaker pegs, but I agree that they would be better for more grown up users.
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