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    Razor and stitcher

    Had the razor kit and stitcher kit for a while now. And thought that it was about time I did them as well as a couple of pens.

    The stitcher is made with a piece of London plane.
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    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    Very nice Derek, I love that London p.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Top Stitcher Derek I have not come to grips with the razor, it would fit in with full time Army Service. London Plane has great grain mate.

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    Very nice Derek.
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    Great work Derek mate. I’ve got some London plane blanks that I must get round to turning.
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    They look great Derek.

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    Well done Derek. I have some seam rippers waiting to be made (almost 2 years now)

     
     
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    Thank you guys these are just great to get back in the shed with. Now to drill some holes in the nut crackers.

    Quote Originally Posted by donwatson View Post
    Well done Derek. I have some seam rippers waiting to be made (almost 2 years now)
    I also have some project bits and pieces that I have accumulated that need making some I have had are over 2 years old
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    Beautiful work Derek
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