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post #61 of 71 Old 01-20-2013, 09:29 PM
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Parts of town where I never venture ;-)
Must get them by courier then

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For the record I am a reluctant organizer. I will be SO HAPPY for someone else to say that they need to take this position.
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+1 Robert.
We do appreciate you doing this Dave.

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I think I read sawdustfactory is going to run this one which leaves Dave Paine to run the mallet duex or part 2

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I think I read sawdustfactory is going to run this one which leaves Dave Paine to run the mallet duex or part 2

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Yea your right Dave TTC.
Dave paine for mallet part 2
Sawdust factory for this one.

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I've been watching DaveTTC. He is displaying many traits of a good organizer.
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Since I started the first mallet swap and Dave Paine seems to be stepping up for mallet swap part deux, I can/will assume organizing duties for the next swap. That is assuming you can all take a chill pill and wait until all the mallets from swap 1 are received. If not, then someone else can organize and I'll do another sometime down the road.
Good idea. Thanks.
I don't need any chill pills, though. I just have to stick my head out, it was -25C this morn...... (thats -13F)

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I've been watching DaveTTC. He is displaying many traits of a good organizer.
Thank you, I'm not bad as an organiser but I'm lousy at paperwork and stuff. Gone back to uni to do advanced building and learn a bit about contracts and permits and all that kinda stuff. My contracts to date have always been a nod of the head and a handshake.
When I'm organised I tend to be very organised otherwise it is chaos cause I don't like to do 1/2 a job so I don't do it all. Lol

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I'm new to this site, just signed up today. Been reading about mallet swap. Very interesting. If a newbe can put his 2cents in I think the next swap should have 3 or 4 items. one for flat work one for scrol saw, one for turners, one for carvers. That way all people on this site can do their thing. I don't scroll saw, but I turn. Be happy with some item I can't do. Jim
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I'm new to this site, just signed up today. Been reading about mallet swap. Very interesting. If a newbe can put his 2cents in I think the next swap should have 3 or 4 items. one for flat work one for scrol saw, one for turners, one for carvers. That way all people on this site can do their thing. I don't scroll saw, but I turn. Be happy with some item I can't do. Jim
did you see the other mallet swap thread?
you might wanna get in on it
http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f6/an...rt-deux-47254/
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Part of the idea of the swap is to have everyone put their spin on one particular item, hence the mallet swap that is in progress (and part deux soon to come). Otherwise were all just trading different projects. I also started the original mallet swap with the idea that it would be just turners (why I posted in the Woodturning section), but enough flat workers wanted in so I said, what the heck.

I'm leaning towards a small, lidded box for the next swap, but that has yet to be determined. Again, this way turners, flat workers, scroll workers and carvers could all potentially participate.

I'll keep you all up to date on this one, but it won't start until all original participants of the mallet swap have received their mallets.

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