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I started doing things for a friend three or four years ago. It (the hobby) has gotten totally out of hand. I did a coffee table from cherry, zebrawood and wenge which led to two matching end tables and because my floor lamps no longer looked right, I built two lamps. I'm now having a house built and am building my own vanities, cabinets, fireplace mantel and other wooden items. I'm well into two months on the project and still have doors and drawer boxes to go. The house was built with the intention of increasing my shop space.New to site in So. Cent. PA-imgp0147smaller.jpg
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post #2 of 4 Old 02-12-2009, 02:25 AM
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Table looks nice, Welcome to the madhouse.

Bigger shop? Mine is just larger than a postage
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Stormking,
Welcome to the forum. Table looks great. Good reason to build a new house, too.
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