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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
John Moody

Friday, November 30,2018, What’s on your Patriot Woodworker agenda?

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Pulled out my Leigh DT jig, which I haven't used in over 5 years. Like starting from scratch....should be an interesting weekend. Oh, working on the drawers for my wife's lateral file cabinet.

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just got up from another nap..

making sure what'shisface ( @Larry Buskirk ) eats well is a lot of work..

that count for anything???

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30 minutes ago, lew said:

That is gorgeous!

 

I really like the contrasting dutchman. Looking forward to seeing the completed table.

Thanks, Lew. Don't know when he'll get to those legs, or whatever. He's slower than I am. But then, he's still working for a living.;)

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3 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Here's that mesquite slab after 3 coats of the home brewed wipe on finish. One more coat of pure spar varnish followed by a coat of JPW and it'll be ready for the legs. Son wants to fashion them from metal. 

 

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it would have been cool if you had routed a bow tie inside that dutchman (say 1/8" in from the edge, 1/8" wide), and then also filled that with the turquoise and epoxy mix.

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32 minutes ago, DAB said:

it would have been cool if you had routed a bow tie inside that dutchman (say 1/8" in from the edge, 1/8" wide), and then also filled that with the turquoise and epoxy mix.

Great minds, etc. Had that thought, also. 

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