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I followed David Henry and his birdmouth router utube vid to make these.
They look very nice on the garden tables.
I used zebrano, beech and rosewood.
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Nicest serviette holders I’ve ever seen I couldn’t imagine myself making something that beautiful .

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I followed David Henry and his birdmouth router utube vid to make these.
They look very nice on the garden tables.
I used zebrano, beech and rosewood.
I like those, Bob, good selection of woods too, very colorful Are the 2 made from one long one?

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Yes Herb, all birdmouth joints apart from the slot (I think you lot call it a dado?) on the inside for the bases to fit into. Once assembled i just drew two opposing half circles across the middle and used the bandsaw.
When I laid it on its side to mark the half circles it looked so nice I almost changed my mind and cut it length ways to make a jewellery box. I just might make it again and do that.

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Nicely done, as usual, Bob! Good photography, too.

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Really nice Bob, in fact, that area in your yard looks nice. I can see you like to keep things looking nice.

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Don, I am allowed to sit in the back garden, but only for as long as I dont make a mess.
I got three seperate moans yesterday because I spilt TINY drop of chocolate milk shake on the stamped concrete.
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Very nice Bob.

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You should be allowed to spill at least two drops of chocolate milkshake for making those! Very nice, Bob.
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