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Tommy mc glynn 105/10/2009 22:16:16
291 forum posts
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hi guys
the 1st time i post some of my work . i would love to know what you think good or bad. i am a big boy i can take it. (i think)
Joe O 306/10/2009 00:52:15
203 forum posts
Hi Tommy!,
Well done. having made a big piece like that,
I know what goes into making one.
Some close up photos of drawers and door details
would be a great help.
Only Captain Chaos had the strength to lift that heavy dresser
Ivor the engine06/10/2009 08:05:32
270 forum posts
46 photos
Hi! Tommy,  Nice dresser, a How to would have been good,
I bet her in doors was pleased,
Keep it up,
Alan T.06/10/2009 10:20:01
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98 photos
Nice one Tommy,can we see more please.   Alan  T.
Toothy06/10/2009 15:54:55
458 forum posts
67 photos
Hi Tommy
The dresser looks really good. Congrats on a good looking piece of furniture. You need a pint and some TLC after all that hard work.
Ron Davis06/10/2009 17:14:32
1619 forum posts
201 photos
Well done Tommy
George Arnold06/10/2009 19:14:33
1834 forum posts
191 photos
Hi Tommy
 That's a real robust piece of furniture , well done , What did you finish it with?
Wolfie06/10/2009 19:26:08
406 forum posts
76 photos
Great job Tommy,
 you have made a lovely dresser. I love the arched top and the old world hinges and ring pulls on the doors really set it off.
   congratulations on a smashing job, well done.
   cheers     Ian
George Arnold06/10/2009 20:09:54
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191 photos
I see from your album you made it for the care home where you work, I think they must be over the moon with it. Where the other pieces for the home?
Tommy mc glynn 106/10/2009 20:28:39
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hi every one
 Thank you all for you kind words. yes george the other pieces was for the home as well.
 it holds the communion and candles for sunday. it is a copy of one i seen in a other home. i am not much good at planning a pieces. have to cheet and copy others hard work.
Tommy mc glynn 106/10/2009 20:33:57
291 forum posts
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ok i have a close up on the joint of the darw. now i bet no one of you can make a joint as bad


Edited By sparky on 07/10/2009 19:12:49

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