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I’m a 16 year old woodworker in Pittsburgh, and I built this flag case after hearing about the Freedom Flag Cases Project on the Fine Woodworking Website. I got the dimensions from the provided plan, but beyond that this is my own design. I built it out of walnut, with a little sapwood on the back edge. The plywood back is oak. The corners are joined with 45* miters, and to add a distinctive feature I bevelled back the face edges of the project with a handplane. The finish is orange shellac and paste wax.
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I must commend you in not only your craftsmanship but your desire to give. Do you have the information for this foundation? Again great job!
Allow me to commend you on two counts, you're wonderful flag case and your participation in a worthy cause. Well done young man. Two thumbs up!
Maxwell, CDR, USN (Ret) www.hardwoodclocks.com
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