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3994 posts in 2911 days

Location: jerome idaho
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poverty level artist and unemployable woodworker who is not impressed by dovetails.

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kat

18 posts in 2788 days


#1 posted 2788 days ago

Thank you Dennis.
I understand by your info that you have a store and sell furniture. Am I correct?
Kathy

-- Kathy, Kersey Colorado, kh1@hughes.net

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dennis mitchell

3994 posts in 2911 days


#2 posted 2787 days ago

I build furniture, but I don’t have a store. Most of my furniture has been sold in furniture galleries in southern Idaho.

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Jim Earl

445 posts in 2813 days


#3 posted 2775 days ago

I tried the glue and water on a scrap piece of wood and then spayed it with clear laquer and it turned out a nice piece. after doing this I used the same system on both woodburned wall clocks and they both turned out real nice I think. It not only made all the wood stick together but also gave a deep look to the finish. Look at the two pieces and tell me what you think. thank you Jim

—Jim Earl

-- Jim Earl http://www.myspace.com/earle5

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oscorner

4564 posts in 2908 days


#4 posted 2629 days ago

Dennis, I really enjoy your work and input.

-- Jesus is Lord!

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bkap

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#5 posted 2622 days ago

Dennis, now that I am in Utah I would like to see your work. Where do you show same?

-- Rocking Chair Guy

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jockmike2

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#6 posted 2611 days ago

I just realized Dennis that we’re buddies and I never visited your profile. But you did’nt write much about yourself. I’ve gathered from our conversations that you’re a hard working, artistic, good humored smart fellow that probably enjoys his life quite a bit. Anyway I’m glad to have met you and have you as a friend. jockmike

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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Proclamator

42 posts in 2493 days


#7 posted 2489 days ago

Thanks for the welcome Dennis. It is good to find a site like LumberJocks and meet fellow woodworkers.

-- Dave Idaho

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Davesfunwoodworking

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#8 posted 2469 days ago

I must say all of your work is very nice. I could only hope to be as good as you. I really like your latest project. Very nice. I guess I should say hello. Great work! I just thought I would let you know.

-- Davesfunwoodworking

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Harold

310 posts in 2444 days


#9 posted 2405 days ago

Dennis, I just read the comment you posted on a tigerpaw’s blog, you said it all.
thank you and take care,
harold

-- If knowledge is not shared, it is forgotten.

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MtnManMEP

26 posts in 2358 days


#10 posted 2357 days ago

Hey Dennis, thanks for the welcome. I hope you are not completely snowed in down there. I heard that all roads were closed just north of you but not sure how bad it is along the 84 corridor. Even in the snow, lumber still calls me however. A slab of wood under each foot and a stick in each hand. Ski on.

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MikeyG

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#11 posted 2316 days ago

thanks for the support and interest. i will definately think about doing that cause its a passion of mine and thats not likely to change any time soon. If you ever start on it and have questions, don’t hesitate to ask

-- "Measure twice, curse once"

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jeanmarc

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#12 posted 2185 days ago

Thank you for adding me to your buddies list.

-- jeanmarc manosque france

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Dick, & Barb Cain

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#13 posted 2101 days ago

Hi Dennis,

I just read your comment on, A sign of the new economic times?.

I’m sorry, you just don’t deserve it.

I hope things start getting better for you.

-- -** You are never to old to set another goal or to dream a new dream ****************** Dick, & Barb Cain, Hibbing, MN. http://www.woodcarvingillustrated.com/gallery/member.php?uid=3627&protype=1

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dennis mitchell

3994 posts in 2911 days


#14 posted 2100 days ago

Thanks Dick. Last year I started building kitchens even though I make less than installing just because I saw this coming. It still wasn’t enough.

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Rogue

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#15 posted 1999 days ago

Thanks for being a refreshing example of how to use rough logs very tastefully

-- Rogue

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