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Default Yesterdays cuts.

Just thought I'd share my hobby a little, aside from asking questions

I was able to knock out a couple of puzzles today, hope you like:...

They are not sanded or finished yet, that comes later in the week. I have a bunch more to cut this week first

Cut from Maple, with Pegas #3 M.G.

Thanks as always in advance for reading
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Awesome puzzle(?) Would make a great child's toy...
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I like it!!!!
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Well done, Jessie - great job!

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Amazing Jessie
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Sweet, jig saw I presume? That takes patience.
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Sweet, jig saw I presume? That takes patience.
Scroll saw actually, I have a Delta and cut quite a few puzzles and stuff.

I'm terrible with a jig saw
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Impressive.
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Scroll saw actually, I have a Delta and cut quite a few puzzles and stuff.

I'm terrible with a jig saw
I used to have a Delta. Loved it! (Till my workshop was broken into and it was stolen.) I have an Excalibur, now.

Are you using spiral blades, or straight, and which kind? (crown, reverse, etc.) With my phone stands, I'm using No. 9 Crown Tooth. Scrollsaw still balked at working on a 2x, though.

Love the animal puzzles. Takes precision to get the pieces to fit in right. You did an Amazing job!!
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