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Derek Lane07/09/2012 12:48:34
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Thought I would make an Intarsia piece. First attempt so kept the subject matter easy. I did however alter it and made it free standing and also added a clock. All the wood came from the scrap bin known woods are beech, ash, olive and oak the wood for the mice is the only unknown wood it came from a garden table.

daveO07/09/2012 16:16:07
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derek

thats a very "mice" job mate like the contrasts did you get the pattern of the net? if so were please

oh and were are you getting the clock inserts from

dave

Derek Lane07/09/2012 17:10:49
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Thank you Dave yes got it off the net just can't remember which site. PM your e mail and I will send it to you

Doug07/09/2012 19:54:05
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Really like that Derek yes

Something a bit different.

Cheers.

Doug.

Derek Lane07/09/2012 20:43:36
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Thank you Doug. Like to change things sometimes just to make it mine so to speak. Have you made anything latley

Wolfie08/09/2012 00:06:06
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Great job Derek,Well done

cheers. Ian

Derek Lane08/09/2012 11:08:59
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Thank you Ian

Dave forgot to say the clock inserts I got from Stile and Bates they are handy for me as they are just down the road.

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