When a Woodworker wraps a present
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When a woodworker wraps a present............Need I say more? Smile

Ron


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  Re: When a Woodworker wraps a present by Ron Brese (When a woodworker wr...)
(12-14-2018, 07:35 PM)Ron Brese Wrote: When a woodworker wraps a present............Need I say more? Smile

Ron



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Laugh Laugh Very appropriate. Ron...Merry Christmas...Hope to see you in Madison... Winkgrin
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  Re: When a Woodworker wraps a present by Ron Brese (When a woodworker wr...)
I did that a couple of times. Cheaper than peanuts. Lol
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  Re: When a Woodworker wraps a present by Ron Brese (When a woodworker wr...)
Yep, did that one as well.

LOML had not seen handplane shavings used as
a bow on a gift before.

It still gets talked about some times.

You can really only do it once. Then it is a novelty.
Do it more than once and you might look like a cheapskate!!

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  Re: When a Woodworker wraps a present by Ron Brese (When a woodworker wr...)
Nah, I see it as a potential signature ... ,as long as the gift is woodworking related. Cheapskates reuse the bow.
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  Re: RE: When a Woodworker wraps a present by Timberwolf ([quote='Ron Brese' p...)
(12-14-2018, 07:59 PM)Timberwolf Wrote: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Laugh  Laugh  Very appropriate. Ron...Merry Christmas...Hope to see you in Madison... Winkgrin

Are you by any chance referring to Madison WI? Would love to meet you if so.

Pedro
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  Re: RE: When a Woodworker wraps a present by PedroOhare ([quote='Timberwolf' ...)
(12-19-2018, 02:41 PM)PedroOhare Wrote: Are you by any chance referring to Madison WI? Would love to meet you if so.

Pedro

I believe Jack is referring to Madison, GA. MWTCA meeting is typically first weekend in February but one should check their web page for accurate details.

Jack I was talking to Brian Buckner about this last week. I may see you there.

Ron
"which plane should I use for this task?......the sharp one"

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  Re: When a Woodworker wraps a present by Ron Brese (When a woodworker wr...)
Too plain- I used the pages from an old Grizzly tool catalog.   Yes


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  Re: When a Woodworker wraps a present by Ron Brese (When a woodworker wr...)
How do you get the shavings to stay there? glue?
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  Re: RE: When a Woodworker wraps a present by crokett™ (How do you get the s...)
(12-20-2018, 10:00 AM)crokett™ Wrote: How do you get the shavings to stay there?  glue?

I put them under the string and then hit the small bits with a bit of hair spray.

Ron
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