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Jeremy, can you give me some details on how you cut out the inlay for this? I really like it even though it is a Longhorn.
 

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Grant, for the inlay on this I used the Whiteside Solid Brass Router Inlay Set . It is a really nice set, goes for about $40 at Woodcraft. It is pretty simple to use, but you can't really do anything too intricate.
 

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What a beautiful stool. Nice inlay work.
 

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Jeremy,

This is a gorgeous stool. This ordinarily would be a rather simple mundane project but you have certainly raised the bar on this one. This is not a simple stool. The through tenons and maple wedges add nice details to the project. And the inlay is just outstanding.

Thanks for the post.
 

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Excellent job Jeremy. Great work on the inlay.
 

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now that is a tidy stool clean cut lines, what are the approx measurements?.
If you don't mind me asking,

thanks for the post.
 

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You either gotta be a doctor or a woodworker to appreciate another guy's stool…especially one with horns on it…

From this woodwoker--"GREAT STOOL!"
 

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Jeremy,

That's absolutely wonderfully executed. Just awesome. Fantastic!

Oh, yeah. One thing I should've mentioned….. Go Gators!

;-P
G
 

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Great inlay! Very nice work!
 

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Nice stool, Hook 'em !
 

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Killer inlay - hook 'em! Out of curiosity, have you been able to get the longhorn any smaller? I'd love to try it out on a humidor for my pops.
 

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This is a very nice stool and you did a fine job on it. The longhorn head looks great. Nicely done!
 
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