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    Celtic Knot on a Keltoi

    Mahogany and Maple.IMG_0505.jpgIMG_0503.jpg


     
     
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    Maple carryover is difficult to avoid and you did so well Alan,like the brushed metal in the kit.

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    Great segmenting Alan, and a very well formed knot, excellent work.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Great looking pen Alan.

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    Very nice Alan.

     
     
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    Your segmenting always turns out great Alan!!
    Nice work*
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    Oh that looks rather nice....I like the end banding adding a little more colour.... really nice
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    Well done Alan. Well executed and visually appealing.

     
     

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