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    Well, finally I made it! Never had them before, but decided to make as a fun project. I used Bloodwood (Satin is another name). Never worked with this wood before, and what can I say.. The color of the wood is great, but it is very difficult to work with – hard and very fragile… exotic in other words. Inlay made from maple, not veneer; I had to watch my nails when squaring with the shooting board)))

     

    Toronto, Canada

    #10503
    Greg Merritt
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    Wow!  Beautiful…very nice work.

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    #10504
    JDykes
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    Wow – great work!

    (And nice clock on the wall too!) 😉

    #10521

    Thank you guys,it’s just winding sticks I have to concentrate more on Paul’s projects, his knife wall technic really help with the inlay, make 3 sides first and last one try to make knife mark almost under block of maple, results no gaps and everything tight.Thanks Paul.

    Toronto, Canada

    #10523
    Jim Burcicki
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    Very nice work Serhiy! I see you have Paul’s wall clock hanging on your wall. How did you get it??? !!! lol just kidding!

    #10524
    Steve Follis
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    Nice job Serhiy!!  Do you need my shipping address?

    Memphis, Tennessee

    #10529
    STEVE MASSIE
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    Very nice job indeed, those along with wooden squares is defiantly on my to do list.  What size did you actually end up making your winding sticks ?

    Thanks for sharing !

    Steve

    Steve Massie, I live in the great State of Florida, US

    #10536

    Do you wanna miss all the fun of making them Mr. Steve Follis? 😉

    My winding sticks are 22″ long by 2″ high, 5/8″ at the bottom and  3/8″ at the top. Size of the top inlay is 1/4″ by 2 1/2″ and 3/16 ” thick . Sorry for the late answer,  went to my lumber shop today.

    Thanks again guys))

    Toronto, Canada

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