|Project by Roger Strautman||posted 05-08-2007 11:50 AM||2070 views||5 times favorited||18 comments|
These are just a few crosses that I have carved. The cross with the wreath stands about 24”T. and is made of butternut with a gel stain. The other two are around 13”T. and are basswood with a stain. The one cross was stained and finished before carving. The two smaller crosses were assembled with the main vertical as one piece then the two arms were doweled with the grain horizontal. The Large cross was assembled on a pine backer board that had a large lap joint to keep it at 90 deg. and it is made of 5 pieces with a frame that covered the two board thickness. Enjoy.
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