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Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble
Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble

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For a first try Rusty, I would rate it...

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I have to second that "awesome", you really did a nice job!

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can I give it a 3rd???...  AWESOME...

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Looks very nice from Indiana! Nicely done.

 

Steve

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Some body aught to give me a lathe so I could try that... Maw has been wanting to buy one of them canister sets but I think a guy could do them on a lathe.

 For a one timer you done yourself proud....

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Thanks everybody. I have been watching a lot of videos on youtube. I was very happy that I was able to get it fairly smooth with the tools.

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3 hours ago, Dadio said:

Good job, like the design too. I think that is Spalted Ambrosia Maple. I love that wood.

 

Herb

We built our kitchen out of wormy maple, aka ambrosia maple. 

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very pretty, nice job!

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2 hours ago, Jim from Easy Wood Tools said:

very pretty, nice job!

Thanks Jim. I made it with homemade carbide tools with the EWT carbide cutters.

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5 hours ago, RustyFN said:

Thanks Jim. I made it with homemade carbide tools with the EWT carbide cutters.

@Jim from Easy Wood Tools...Rusty was very innovative & creative making his tool holders as I recall. Maybe he'll re-post a picture or two. He did make them specifically for EWT cutters though.:P

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