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    Default A couple finished projects

    Haven't spent much time in the shop this summer but here are a couple finished projects.... and one painted plate that was shown at the conference, that finally got completed. Sorry, the one cribbage board came in upside down.
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    Awesome work Sharon!!! Thanks for updating us on your creations!!

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    Sharon, beautiful pieces as always. They all came out great.

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    Great looking projects Sharon. I can believe what you said about not working in the shop much this summer, it's been too darn HOT!

    Mike
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    Fantastic Job, they sure came out great!

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    Let me add a few more “Wows!”, Sharon! Excellent projects!
    Michael T
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    Thanks for the comments. I really like doing cribbage boards.... except when I forget to anchor the board down good and it moves in the sled. I now have a playable board but with oddly shaped lines and a few lines in the wrong places. It was differently operator error ... but I'm blaming it on the heat or any other excuse I can think of. Have a good day everyone.

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