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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-17-2020, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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Stick, I have 30 or so years of experiences which got me where I am in chair building. But, they weren't all in chair building. Trying to teach you all you need to build chairs,on this forum, would be an impossibility. Besides, I don't know how many years I have to go yet. Read what I had to say to DesertRatTom, then stick around. By no means am I an expert chair builder, but I have built a few. In the next little while, I will be posting some of my chairs and many of my other builds. I will also be trying to put together a list of sources on chair building & other fine woodworking skills. I will never put anyone down about their level of woodworking skills. There are some on this forum who have skills beyond what I can do. If those of us that have achieved a higher level of skills in whatever area can stimulate interest in others or pass along some knowledge, I believe it would be a good thing. Paul
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works for me...
insights are valuable tools...
thanks...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

Stick....
Forget the primal scream, just ROAR!!!
"SNORK Mountain Congressional Library and Taxidermy”
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Holy Cow, those are beautiful. I wouldn't mind taking off my shoes in your house if you had one of those.
That is one of my big gripes is people who want you to take off your shoes when entering and no where to sit to put them back on.
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Holy Cow, those are beautiful. I wouldn't mind taking off my shoes in your house
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We're pretty sure we would prefer that you leave your shoes on....
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We're pretty sure we would prefer that you leave your shoes on....
HAHA, I thought you were going to say,"We prefer that you leave." LOL
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Jerb???
that must be some night cap...

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Paul,

You really do excellent work. Your ability to create is beyond my abilities. I am envious.

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Great job Paul, they do look like antiques
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Beautiful work, Paul. Love the leg shapes... just amazing.

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