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    sorry if i bore anyone but learning how to post pics, these tables came from WW mag Stickley tabourets, sounds french, they were fun to build, didnt take long to flatten the top with my #8, first project where i actually read the instructions, the mirrowis my first crack a using dye looked bad after the first coat but came out pretty nice at the end just trying to be more active on this site have a good one dan







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    man im doing something wrong not a very good post any ideas, dan

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    Very nice Dan,

    They are beautiful, I really like the subtle curves on the leg braces.
    No matter where you go, there you are. B. Banzai

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan View Post
    man im doing something wrong not a very good post any ideas, dan
    I did a quick edit for you Dan. Here's the secret: type your text, then hit enter a couple of times. Add a pic, hit enter again, add the next pic, hit enter again etc. The pics all line up under each other, with a nice space, and the text won't wrap around them.

    Pretty nice tables man!

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    I saw those tables in WWM - your rendition looks excellent but, how come that other one won't stand up???

    The finish on the mirror is great - the dye really shows up the figure.

    Cheers,
    Kerry

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    thanks bill must have took me 1 1/2 hrs to post that, frustrating as heck, that is funny kerry

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    Really nice job
    love the figure on the mirror frame

    Yeah, that Kerry, always joking around
    he was laughing at my CT money on the work bench the other day

    well, I cleaned up now Kerry
    Dara
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    Nicely done Dan. Not boring at all.
    You don't have to worry about boring us or entertaining us. We have guys like Kerry to take care of that. Just post your projects and, if you want, ask for a critique. Nobody will beat you up too bad and you will likely learn something you didn't know you didn't know.

    You did a fine job on both projects.
    Thanx for posting.


    BTW... the picture thing comes a lot faster after you do it a few times. Those hours will drop to seconds.
    J.P. Rap Mount Hope Ont.
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    Nicely done for sure!

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    Nice work, Dan. I hafta say that I like the chair legs reflected in the mirror a whole lot better than your leg. I hope you warn the neighbourhood before you go outside in shorts.

    ...ken...

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