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Someone sent this to me and I thought of all the very talented woodworkers we have here in this forum.

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Just a Piece of Wood? - Delaware Woodworker's Guild
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Someone sent this to me and I thought of all the very talented woodworkers we have here in this forum.

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I liked this one:

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Someone sent this to me and I thought of all the very talented woodworkers we have here in this forum.



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Just a Piece of Wood? - Delaware Woodworker's Guild


Very nice projects there. The people that created those pieces are quite talented and true craftsmen.

I have a woodworking sickness. I frequent woodworking stores and buy some awesome wood that I have no idea what to do with.

Yesterday, I picked up some exotic Mexican bocote in Phoenix. Something I don't see in Illinois. Now I just need to figure out what to do with it.IMG_0569.JPG
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Wow, just wow! I wish I had that kind of skill. Thanks for sharing
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Very nice projects there. The people that created those pieces are quite talented and true craftsmen.

I have a woodworking sickness. I frequent woodworking stores and buy some awesome wood that I have no idea what to do with.

Yesterday, I picked up some exotic Mexican bocote in Phoenix. Something I don't see in Illinois. Now I just need to figure out what to do with it.Attachment 25537
How about a three legged stool for retirement?
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