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Nice! It seems a natural extension of stick making that once you start working with sticks you look for other ways to use them.

Very good idea and nice work on it too.

Might be an idea for a stick rack there.....

Congrats on the new grandson!

Rodney
 

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Great job Randy. Is that the woods natural color?
 

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Great job Randy. Is that the woods natural color?
i left the bark on it applied boiled linseed oil and it turned it darker and later I put on 2 coats spar urethane.
 
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Beautiful!

My mother is in the final stages of finishing a hand made quilt she is making for me. I'm going to have to make one of these for myself.
 

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Congratulations Randy, I cannot wait to become a Grandfather but at the moment there are no signs. Is a blanket rack used to dry bed covers or "air" them out so they do not become damp? I have not heard of these before. N.
 

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[quote name="Whiteroselad" post="14982" timestamp="1458211460"]Congratulations Randy, I cannot wait to become a Grandfather but at the moment there are no signs. Is a blanket rack used to dry bed covers or "air" them out so they do not become damp? I have not heard of these before. N.[/quot Their used to hang your extra blankets on when not being used.
 

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I see, I imagine it takes less space than an ottoman or blanket chest and in years gone by it may have been more cost effective too. N.
 
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