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#1 posted 03-03-2011 04:04 AM
Great post, the pictures are great at showing the process.
-- Chris Adkins, http://highrockwoodworking.com/
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#2 posted 03-03-2011 04:35 AM
William your really something!Man when you start something you go to the extreme to get it right!I had no idea what making legs intailed but your demonstration filled all the voids i had of them.Beautyful narration of your going ons there.And in detail with nothing left out.You should be the guy that explains things on paper for every item sold so people can understand what they need to know when we buy something.When you work ,buddie you work!
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#3 posted 03-03-2011 04:46 AM
Wow, I am IMPRESSED. You went from zero to done in 2 days. All I have managed to do today is work on a physics project. I have played with hot wheel cars, marbles and dominoes. Rube Goldberg is killing me.I bet you got most of that done before the yellow box paid you a visit this afternoon returning your shop helpers. Gata love em!Great job William;)
-- Superdav "No matter where you go - there you are." http://chiselandforge.com
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#4 posted 03-03-2011 05:01 AM
-- Make every day the best day of your life. Chips, Mississippi
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#5 posted 03-03-2011 05:30 AM
seems to be a very good foundation you have made both on the projectbut allso of the little one´s :-)
#6 posted 03-03-2011 05:34 AM
DENNIS!!!!!!!!Someone got it. I didn’t think they would.I sort of done a double meaning there with the title on this one. Good foundation for the cabinet and a good foundation on bulding a love for working with wood on the kids. I didn’t think anyone would actually catch on to that though.
#7 posted 03-03-2011 06:28 AM
sometimes I´m lucky enoff to understand something wish ain´t the same as remember it …LOLI think the most importen is to learn them is using tools the correct way and not to be affraid of trynew things in the DIY sector if they catch the virus and get a bide from the woodbug then its good but be able to more or less build their own home or at least repair most of itand like to do it too that is what I try to do with my princess and let her think about how thingsmaybee shuold be made even though she has never seen it before with other words learn her to teach her self to think sort of out of the box thinking
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#8 posted 03-03-2011 11:24 AM
Looking REALLY GOOD!!! Defininetley on my “Watch List”!!
Excellent Progress Photos also William.
Thanks for posting!
-- Can You Hear The Toilet Flushing?
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#9 posted 03-03-2011 08:36 PM
That is looking really good and you are really progressing fast. I like the idea of telling the kids that the scraps are a puzzle to put together! :-) Sometimes they get into the good stuff, Grrrr! Be watching for more progression.
Erwin, Jacksonville, FL
-- Erwin, Jacksonville, FL
Sheila Landry (scrollgirl)
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#10 posted 03-04-2011 01:21 AM
I agree with all of the above William! This is a great start to a wonderful project and also you really set a great example for your kids. Pictures are great. Narration is great too. I can’t wait to see what is next!
-- Designer/Artist/Teacher. Owner of Sheila Landry Designs (http://www.sheilalandrydesigns.com) Scroll saw, wood working and painting patterns and surfaces. "Knowledge is Power"
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