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    Christmas arch.

    Hi All,
    This was nice pattern to cut. Christmas arch fro Sue Mey.

    I used 5 different woods. Yew, Cedar, Apple Beech and Chestnut. All brilliant to cut but Cedar is my favourite as it smells wonderful.



     
     
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    That is nice, well done
    When your up to your backside in alligators, Its kinda difficult to remember the objective was to drain the swamp

     
     
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    Well done Paul. Is it permanently assembled or can you take it apart for storage?
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    That looks great Paul a lot of intricate cutting there.
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    Super job, Paul.

     
     
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    Wow Paul way to go mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Q View Post
    Well done Paul. Is it permanently assembled or can you take it apart for storage?
    Hi Terry,

    It will flat pack for storage. I will make another vid showing this soon.

    Cheers,
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    You’ve started early, that’s great Paul,
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Nice job, well done.....but way too early for the 'C' word
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    That is magnificent Paul.

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