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    These are really beautiful Dennis, I particularly like the necklace - you are such a diverse maker and your pieces always so flawless, just beautiful. Karen

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    Thank you Karen, but as you can guess, I know where the flaws are. Dennis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Thank you Karen, but as you can guess, I know where the flaws are. Dennis.
    If we didn’t know where the flaws were it would mean we did’t care I suppose. Sometimes they are so small you just have to let them go in the knowledge that other won’t know they’re there!

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    Yes I have a band saw in the garage only problem is it is about 5 times the size of that one, in all seriousness I have a Woodfast jig saw that I am fixing up it will take piercing saw blades, those narrow belt sanders are not that common down here might have t make one.
    (I should explain Woodfast was a locally made product, very high quality almost every school workshop had Woodfast machinery, sadly they closed up in mid nineties name still exists but it is inferior quality made in China)

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    totally delicious Dennis, although probably not good for the digestive system, or roasting over a hot fire. The would be fab to wear though. Great results

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    Thank you Wallace. A bit off the mainstream, but I have plenty of stocks as it costs very little. So not as reliant on the supply chain. Dennis.

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    Gorgeous. What else can I say.

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    Oh that necklace is beautiful. I can't even begin to imagine how you work with this material as I feel like I've got a lifetime of learning about metal ahead of me before I even consider anything else!

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    Hoping Dennis is ok in lockdown, we don’t seem to have heard from him in a while

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