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Big Al07/09/2008 18:03:00
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I like that, you must have loads of patience to do the fretwork. Nice one warren. Al
warren gruhl24/09/2008 04:26:00
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Thank you Big Al, not much right now on new ones doing renovations on house and trying too get the box lined, I got 3 scrollsaws. and love doing fret work, i sprayed the box with a water base varathane.
Dave Atkinson24/09/2008 17:42:00
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Great piece Warren - Like Al I admire your patience and attention to detail.

Cheers Dave

Joe O 324/09/2008 23:59:00
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Well done Warren,

A nice balance of design and craftsmanship.

Keep up the good work.

Joe.

warren gruhl25/09/2008 03:49:00
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http://www.getwoodworking.com/sites/5/images/member_albums/7848/oak_jewlery_chest_1.jpg

Lady whom bought this off me wants two more by Christmas, I told her that i would never be able too do it,To much renovations too do at too meny homes, the good thing is she still wants them when i have the free time.

Dave i love the pot you made with the lid how did you get the design in it, it looks really great ,I'm very impressed

Dave Atkinson25/09/2008 12:10:00
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672 forum posts
115 photos

Hi Warren

It's a lot easier than your scroll work - the box above is just fantastic.

The design on the pot was fairly east to do. I have a Robert Sorby Spiralling and texturing tool. It has a type of cog on the end and you push it into the wood to create a pattern. Then I filled the pattern with black plastic padding (it's called Leak Fix over here) and then sanded it back.

Thanks for the compliment.

Cheers Dave

Big Al07/09/2008 18:03:00
1604 forum posts
73 photos
I like that, you must have loads of patience to do the fretwork. Nice one warren. Al
warren gruhl24/09/2008 04:26:00
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536 forum posts
59 photos
Thank you Big Al, not much right now on new ones doing renovations on house and trying too get the box lined, I got 3 scrollsaws. and love doing fret work, i sprayed the box with a water base varathane.
Dave Atkinson24/09/2008 17:42:00
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672 forum posts
115 photos

Great piece Warren - Like Al I admire your patience and attention to detail.

Cheers Dave

Joe O 324/09/2008 23:59:00
203 forum posts

Well done Warren,

A nice balance of design and craftsmanship.

Keep up the good work.

Joe.

warren gruhl25/09/2008 03:49:00
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536 forum posts
59 photos

http://www.getwoodworking.com/sites/5/images/member_albums/7848/oak_jewlery_chest_1.jpg

Lady whom bought this off me wants two more by Christmas, I told her that i would never be able too do it,To much renovations too do at too meny homes, the good thing is she still wants them when i have the free time.

Dave i love the pot you made with the lid how did you get the design in it, it looks really great ,I'm very impressed

Dave Atkinson25/09/2008 12:10:00
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672 forum posts
115 photos

Hi Warren

It's a lot easier than your scroll work - the box above is just fantastic.

The design on the pot was fairly east to do. I have a Robert Sorby Spiralling and texturing tool. It has a type of cog on the end and you push it into the wood to create a pattern. Then I filled the pattern with black plastic padding (it's called Leak Fix over here) and then sanded it back.

Thanks for the compliment.

Cheers Dave

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