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2 Horses lost off the carousel

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Beautiful looking work of art!!

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Lew generally when anyone orders anything it comes from the warehouses or mfg. and not the stores. The guy the other day said the stores are not equipped to ship packages! I can see their point for they would have to hire more people and set aside space...

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7 hours ago, Smallpatch said:

this was the rope molding in the trunk, a Lowes product.

Patch, that is just the icing on a perfect cake. Love the way you terminated the ends and made them different top vs bottom. You've carved some magnificent things, but this is far and away my favorite. Something magical about carousel horse settings.

7 hours ago, Smallpatch said:

Grandpawdave52

1952...birth year...had to add something since since Grandpadave was already used on a couple of other forums. It really doesn't matter much now as those forums no longer exist. 

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Wow Dave, you just a young whipper snapper.. I just put the last two numbers of the current year on my stuff..

  I just got a new tower and have to find all my pass words and I was using Google and had about 100 places saved with all kinds of passwords and most of which I didn't record anywhere...oh boy what a mess. So to start I thought I would drop Google and try to navigate what 10 has to offer....Its different that's for sure.. The tower came with a new key board and I think it was made for midgets and my fingers are not that small. Lots of mistakes..

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16 1/4 x 12 1/2 outside of the frame.  

 

When I'm having Rapid Resizer enlarge a picture I think on the horses I chose 15" and it printed out 4 sheets of paper I had to put together then I always try to start with wood large enough to make the outside in to a frame... Actual picture of the horses is about 13 x 10.

  In comparison the rooster is 18 x 13 out side to out side. The rooster is 14 x 13"

The only thing I worry about is keeping a size of something where the scroll saw can handle it and the saw is 20 inches capacity.

 Hey, question,,,,, does Microsoft have a spell check. Okay I just now found out.

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You set the bar pretty high with your work. Artiste!

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Great job Patch!!!!!

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