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Bible5
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Thankyou very much for the buildalong!

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"Your throne, O God, is forever and ever: A scepter of righteousness is the scepter of Your kingdom. You love righteousness and hate wickedness" Psalm 45:6

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Boris&Natasha
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Great build-a-long! Now I just have to get my basket weaving wife to give it a shot. Lord knows I'd hurt myself if I tried. [thumbsup]

John

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Every day and in every way...I'm getting better and better. (Inspector Dreyfus)

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frankb
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Beth already promised to help me build one first, John! [Big Grin]

Sweet build along, Tom... great pictorial. Thanks a bunch.

-Frank B

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"Until we meet again, may the Great Spirit make sunrise in your heart." ~Author Unknown~

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Sawdust
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Outstanding, on the quiver and the build-along. I think about one of those cool wearing basket quivers every time I saddle up under my nice toasty, heavy, leather back quiver in this Texas heat. With your fine tutelage I think I might be up for attempt.

Mickey Russell

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frankb
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Heard that Sawdust.

I shot a 40 target course yesterday... and I was soaked down to the skivies.

Can't say I didn't think of that basket more than once... LOL [Big Grin]

-Frank B

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kcdaniels
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That was fantastic [Smile] [thumbsup]

Thanks for sharing.

Dan

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Roadkill
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wow=a good instructions as could be found-thanks

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Dryrot
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Man...Ya'll gotta quit showin' all this how to stuff, I aint got time to do nuthin' no more.
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Cool stuff!

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Larry

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TexMex
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Think you ought to put this one in How2 [thumbsup]
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Dano
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Great build a long Tom, thanks for taking the time to share your talent with us. Yet another craft I'd like to learn [Big Grin]

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"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy" Red Green

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tms
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Thanks Dano,

And likewise. I've always wanted to try my hand at bladesmithing. Thanks to your build along, I know where to start.

Doing the build along was fun, but I'm really looking forward to seeing a quiver that someone has made starting with my instructions, and then adding their own touches. It's the contributions of others that keeps me coming back here.

Tom

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Blaine
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tms, count me in. This sounds like a great rainy day project for me an the younguns. Craft day has taken on a whole new meaning in my house since I started reading this site.

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"at some point, technology becomes not just an aid, but instead a substitute for woodsmanship." Aldo Leopold

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Biff
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I just recieved my reed from weaving works, can't find 2-1/2" pvc. All Lowe's has is 2" and 3". May have to improvize the form. Dieing to get started.

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tms
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Hey Biff,

That's great. Best of luck.

I did a Google search for "plumbing, Jackson, Tennessee" and found this

Kenny Pipe & Supply

They may have short lengths of 2 1/2 plastic pipe

Tom

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Roadkill
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Looked all over Reno-no supplier-ordered my materials from MI. all of the ones you listed and shipping for under $30-enough to do a couple.
Arnies Art n craft.

You truly mastered the art of telling us how to do it!

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