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    Ol Buck


    You really kno how'ta mess'up a fellows bed time, dont'cha
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    made some today 20171205_171217.mp4
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    My wife's Christmas present

    got the back side finished up for large sheet storage (poster board and such). used some leftover plastic lattice (hey, we're cheap).
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    Today was my turn

    Missed this somehow Fred. You probably wish you had too. Hope everything has since checked out OK? My turn will be coming again after the New Year.. The whole process just seems to be real PITA somehow
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    yur late... again....
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    I don't suppose there's any left now are there?
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    My mouth was watering just looking at the pictures.
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    New Host on Rough Cut

    Get a bigger glass... or maybe
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    My wife's Christmas present

    Looks good...cheap or not...right decision for this project...easier to keep clean & dust free and minimal chance of snagging anything. BTW...was I supposed to see my tool chest before Christmas?
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    YouTube makers

    Glad you're moving in a positive direction Pat... Just keep following orders...I'm sure your'e used that anyways being married.
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    First time making them. I was happy with the result.
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    If you like squirrels......

    it'd be worth getting those varmints into the airborne corps...
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    My tools all have names. Often they start with !#/#=!.
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    Cherry Finish

    Cherry with satin poly...Cherry cabinet with red Mahogany stain and poly ..
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    Super trivet

    Since I've been making trivets lately, and have now opened our Etsy shop, I decided my son needed a trivet for his cooking. But it couldn't be just any ol' trivet. Rather, it had to be Super. After all, his bread pudding is to die for and I want to make sure he keeps bringing some over! LOL! Made of Cherry, coated in mineral oil, and cut on the CNC. Here's the mediocre video of making the Super trivet - Enjoy! David
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    now we're talkin' the real deal...
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    if the SO hears.... you either get to stay in the shop or she'll be making clinical appointments for ya...
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    YouTube makers

    Matthias Wandel likes to play with more than just woodworking
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    Closing In on Member 2000

    Seems this number is legit... to go...
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    Hey Woodies!

    Just wanted to reach a larger audience. If you want to make a campaign like this successful, you have to market it ALL OVER!
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    John Morris

    Cherry Finish

    That rug is perfect for the dining set isn't it? Just a really unique and organic look and feel all around, I love it.
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    Cherry Finish

    Hello Skiler I built a dining table using figured cherry. After sanding I wiped on a coat of BLO and let it cure for a few days. Then I wiped on 2 or 3 coats of garnet shellac with light sanding in between. Then I wiped on 3 coats of P&L 38. Good luck! hat
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    Cherry Finish

    IMO, cherry looks best with its natural color. Pigmented stains tend to blotch on cherry. What works well for me is a coat of boiled linseed oil, let it cure for a week. If you can get it out in the sun for part of this time, that helps. Then I add a coat of shellac, and follow with an appropriate finish, including just more shellac, since a flag case won't need a lot of protection against abrasion or chemicals.

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