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Those are gorgeous
 

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nice jim,ill take 30 to go!
 

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Nice work Jim! This is something I need to make! They will be a big help when I'm making my apple and lemon turnovers!
 

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Nice work Jim!
 

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Looks like you never rest.
 

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Very nice Jim.

Bob
 

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That's pretty timber Jim!

They could also be used as a Fisherman's Priest.
Who said that!
 

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Good job Jim. All the sap wood in my mesquite usually acquires worm holes rapidly.
 

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You are on a roll…
Nice work Jim.
Happy new year to you my friend, hope 2021 will be full of good moments for you,
Mads
 

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Enough rollers to start a bakery. Nice work Jim.
 

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Great use for smaller pieces of mesquite (which is all I can find growing around here). Is there a slight barrel taper (curve) end to end on those?
 

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Thank you all for the nice comments.

Hi Brian, I dream about this stuff when I'm sleeping!! When I awake, if have a plan for the day!!!!!!!!!

Hi Bruce. I have turned these down from 4" diameter pieces before and have had worm holes in them too. The way I make them is to have the center flat section half of the entire length and then taper both ends to a smaller diameter so the sides of the roller clear the dough. Some have more taper than others…clearance is all that is needed. Your hands roll over the tapered sections.

Cheers, Jim
 

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Your getting great at making cooking utensils. You should sell those on line.

The color of mesquite is so warm.
The lady in the park will treasure those.
 

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Hi James. I'm trying to find a good place to advertise that does not cost a ton the advertise or sell. I was on ETSY but never sold a thing on there. Any suggestions???

Cheers, JIm
 

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Great Project Jim. The Mesquite is another lovely wood I enjoy seeing being made into projects.
Good Work, Jim, what is the little Cap Like Item in the Picture.

Regards…...Cliiff
 

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Thanks, Cliff. we have a lot of mesquite here in the desert….............Happy New Year, Jim
 

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Hi James. I m trying to find a good place to advertise that does not cost a ton the advertise or sell. I was on ETSY but never sold a thing on there. Any suggestions???

Cheers, JIm

I was going to suggest Esty. But I see you tried it. I'll do some research and get back to you. I was thinking of selling some of my items on line after I'm finished with the cabinets in our home. Happy New Year Jim!
- Jim Jakosh
 

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Thanks, James…Happy New Year to you too. I hope it is better than 2020…......Cheers, JIm
 
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