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#1 posted 11-15-2012 03:09 AM

I pointed out a mistake I’d made to a neighbor of mine who has done some really nice woodworking..He said now only you and I know….so just think of it as a one of a kind…Hiding or fixing flaws or mistakes makes you a better woodworker…..I’ve only stopped working on one project since I’ve started this journey…and it was a mistake of not knowing that the red wood would bleed into the curly maple making it a pink color…That wouldn’t have been bad if I was making the chess board for a granddaughter….but I didn’t think that the grandson would like a pink board…It turned into a bird house that sold…go figure..

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