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Every now and then I feel compelled to clean out the scrap wood box and do something with the odds and ends. Here is one of my latest, a simple plate from scraps and plenty of Titebond II.




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nice its amazing what a few scraps of wood can make
well done
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Interesting piece.

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Great looking plate Mark, It reminds me
of an Impressionist painting.

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I would love to see a build thread with glue-up of that one...
I've got a ton of scraps that I hate to see going to waste.
Nicely done !!!!!

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I would love to see a build thread with glue-up of that one...
I've got a ton of scraps that I hate to see going to waste.
Nicely done !!!!!
Looks like it's back to the scrap box.

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Amazing

A very classy way to solve the scrap problem. Nicely done.
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