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Old 09-19-2010, 10:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Had to try my hand at the seam rippers

Hello All. I had to try my hand at the seam rippers.
As you can see I did some out of corian and most of the ladies really like them.I did have a few ladies that wanted something a little bigger because they have hand problems.So with them in mind I made some out of wood and they really liked them.
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Wow those are amazing!
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Really nice work.
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Those are great. I really like the thicker handles on the wooden on ones.
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What kind of price can you ask for seem rippers? Thanks, Joe
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Those are really nice, especially the larger size.. the cheesy ones you get in the store are so small and slippery! I like the wooden ones best, BTW.

Thanks for posting, dee
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Thanks to all for the kind words..
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Jim those look great----I knew you would like making them.
Great shape.
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I gotta look up your tutorial Gary. I've got a craft show at my wife's school coming up in a few months, low buck items will probably do much better than fancy shmancy pens.
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Thanks Gary!! I appreciate the kind words.
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