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Mr. Robert, thank you!  It will be 10 feet.

Inch by inch.

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Rachel, your bellies look better than my overlays! Beautiful work, ma'am.

Diagonally parked in a parallel universe.

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Rachel McCollough wrote:

Mr. Robert, thank you!  It will be 10 feet.

Even better!  smile

'Less is often more!'

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Re: The "Making of" Gallery - Rachel McCollough

Rachel McCollough wrote:

Mr. Robert, thank you!  It will be 10 feet.

Even better!  smile

'Less is often more!'

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This is looking great. Your skills are vastly improving.
Are you not beveling the edges? Is that the traditional way of doing a
leather cow whip?

Ron

Taking a dog named "Shark" to the beech is a bad idea.

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Re: The "Making of" Gallery - Rachel McCollough

Mark, thank you very much!  You certainly plait beautiful overlays!

Ron, thank you!  The belly is not beveled, but here you can see the overlay is.  I have seen photos of both beveled and not beveled.

https://i.imgur.com/3vfVlpU.jpg

Inch by inch.

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Looking good.

Taking a dog named "Shark" to the beech is a bad idea.

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Looking wonderful! I love the slight variations in colour of natural kangaroo hide, and the bevelling makes for such a smooth finish!

'Less is often more!'