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Posted on which is a good wood for a relatively large project?

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#1 posted 10-01-2020 07:00 PM

Why would you choose a live edge wood for carving a Celtic cross? The outline of the cross should be the edge of your carving. Re: the wood: I have a large outdoor carving that has survived nicely for twenty years. It is “Redwood” (actually Cedar) from a Big Box store. Design the cross and its placement to shed rain water.

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