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this is the first inlay that i learned on. i took a class at the local woodcraft store back in 2001. It took about 3 hours to complete, and it helped me make up my mind that i needed a better scroll saw then the one I had. I can't remember all the types of wood we used to make it, but i know that we used some oak, walnut and mahogany with a maple background. the finish is a couple coats of wipe on poly. this started the bug for making many more inlays.

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Hey Doug
This is very nice inlay work,I like the design and contrasting woods. well done.
 

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I wish there was somewhere around here to take that class. Nice job.
 

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Very nice. I look foward to seeing more.
 

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Very nice. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

Keep it up.

Scrappy
 

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Wow, Excellent for the first one. Makes my first one look like it belongs in the trash. Keep it up!
 

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Looks great! Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom
 

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Doug,

Excellent first inlay project…you should be very proud.
 

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Great work Doug. Here's to many more.
 
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