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this is the sail from a wind chime I made
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-01-2010, 11:47 PM
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Nicely done CL.




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I will soon . thank you for the kind words and request.
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Very nice work, I look forward to seeing your future works. Thanks for sharing

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Now that's very nice indeed! I wish that I could something like that on my first burn! I'd order the equipment today!! Keep up the good work.....

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Now that's very nice indeed! I wish that I could something like that on my first burn! I'd order the equipment today!! Keep up the good work.....

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Thank you, I have done a couple of other pieces, small but they are fun. For 20 bucks in tools I think it is money well spent.

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Nice work. Havn't tried wind chimes yet.
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