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    Intarsia eagle cut on scroll sawIMG_1165.jpg


     
     
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    Excellent work again Alan, that eagle is impressive.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    very nice bird Well made mate I did find my scroll saw earlier today but not what you think. How big is it
    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalboy View Post
    very nice bird Well made mate I did find my scroll saw earlier today but not what you think. How big is it
    Hello Derek. The eagle is approx 20 inches wingspan and 10 to 12 inches head to tail, or 50 mm X 30 mm in new money.
    What's up with your scroll saw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan morrison View Post
    Hello Derek. The eagle is approx 20 inches wingspan and 10 to 12 inches head to tail, or 50 mm X 30 mm in new money.
    What's up with your scroll saw?

    Alan
    The scrollsaw works it is just a cheap one and it lives under the bench as I have a place for everything it is easy to get out from there. I do tend to use it mainly for my wooden model making but I have done the odd thing on it.

    Not in your class but I did this one free hand as there was not a pattern.
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    I like your wee dog Derek, it's full of character, and well made.
    Alan

     
     
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    Alan The Eagle flew in and has arrived fully fledged and impressive mate. Love it.Like your 1 1/2 doggie Derek.

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    Excellent work Alan,I will PM you my address.
    Nice dog Derek.

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