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Nice work Malcolm, I love your choice of figured woods and the finishes.
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Quite the line-up of beautiful projects, Malcolm.

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Outstanding Malcom. What a craftsman / artist you are.

Thanks for sharing.
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As I've said before the Ambrosia Maple you have in stock is the best I've seen. I know part of how great your projects look is the wood but the craftsmanship is what puts them over the top.

Great projects Malcolm!
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as always, you do great work. These are further proof. Thanks for posting them.

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Same here. I could probably go a few years wit the wood I've got stockpiled. But I'll add if the price is right or a need "something" I don't have.
I'm in the same boat - went to get some more Oak recently and brought home a big pile of pretty, wide Cedar boards for just another $10! It's a very pleasant addiction...I have no intentions of stopping.
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I like these small boxes, they all look very worthy, I keep a photo file of all of them, these are also very neat so photos added. N
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Same here. I could probably go a few years wit the wood I've got stockpiled......
- but, I never seem to have enough, the right size piece, or the species I need at the moment .... <sigh>

- ebill > got the right wood, its just for projects that just haven't come up yet....
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Bill,

That's a sure sign that your wood stash isn't near big enough. Better make immediate plans to buy up every good wood deal that you come across, and build that wood storage shed as soon as possible.

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I like all small boxes and I should make some, these are nice. N
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