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I should start first...Either one is the kind I might enjoy starting but after a few hours of having fun my mind might go by-by.. The tea pot will be the easiest since I will be shaping the pot on the lathe then playing with the dremel doing some wood shaping. I don't hollow any out so I can concentrate on the outside only. The last supper has the most pieces so will take longer. Then there is the army thing I'm still not happy about since I got drafted twice then on top of that I find all the medical records were burned in a fire loosing all the medical records from guys getting released from Fort Sheridan, Ill. detailing what took place when in Germany....so I can't really figure out why I even want to hang the plaque on my wall. Working in the shop is stronger than my thoughts of the army I guess and it has almost dropped out of my thoughts on some of the days, but not all!!!! My wife made a very large size rendition using stained glass of the last supper and installed in it in Arkansas so my 30 inch wide picture seems to be more what I can handle... I happen to have a few of each pattern in case any and everyone wants to join in the fun...
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