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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-21-2016, 05:38 AM Thread Starter
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I made these two veggie bins for 2 clients. I have near made them before. I had no plans to work off just built them as thought they should be built. The clients really like them. What do you all think.
I have more to build now for their friends.



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Hi to all,

I made these two veggie bins for 2 clients. I have near made them before. I had no plans to work off just built them as thought they should be built. The clients really like them. What do you all think.
I have more to build now for their friends.



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Great job!!! I really like your design.
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Looks good.

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Looks great. Are the bottoms vented? All the ones I have seen have some type of venting to allow air flow.
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They have such a practical look, just right for such functional pieces. Really well done. I am also curious about vents on the bottom since mold can be a food problem.

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Nice work Graham

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Great job,good idea,like the design.
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We used to have one similar to the first picture, but without the lettering. Yours sure looks a lot nicer. Ours had metal screen, hardware cloth, on the back. As I remember it was about 1/4" x 1/4". The wife must have gotten rid of it when we moved.
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Great job Graham! You could make money by selling the plans on sites like ETSY or even EBAY.
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Very nice Graham.

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