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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

    Greg Merritt

    Wow!  Beautiful…very nice work.


    Wow – great work!

    (And nice clock on the wall too!) 😉


    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

    Jim Burcicki

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

    Steve Follis

    Nice job Serhiy!!  Do you need my shipping address?

    Memphis, Tennessee


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


    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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