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Old 05-28-2005, 09:39 PM
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I am new to carving, and I want to thank you for your many posts containing information about tools, woods, finishing. I am still learning and the enjoyment has been great. Your post have been extreamly helpful. So I wanted to thank you all.

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Hi Ash, welcome aboard! Great bunch of folks here as you will learn, very supportive and knowledgable. Enjoy yourself. We look forward to seeing some pictures of your efforts.

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yep welcome, if you want to know anything, don't be afraid to ash....errrr ask!
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Hi all.

I am new to carving, and I want to thank you for your many posts containing information about tools, woods, finishing. I am still learning and the enjoyment has been great. Your post have been extreamly helpful. So I wanted to thank you all.

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I have been carving for about 20 years now and I am still learning too! I think thats the love of woodcarving. Seems like there there is always something new to try and carve let alone learming to sharpen, collecting reference material, learning all the different woods, and best of all learning from each other. Welcome to the wonderful world of woodcarving!
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Welcome aboard we are really happy to have you along. Never be hesitant to post I am sure there are things we can learn from you.
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Hi Ash

Welcome to one of the best resources of information on carving. If ya got a question, just ask. The good people here do their best to help out.

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Old 05-30-2005, 08:05 AM
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Thanks for the welcome! I learn more every time I come to the boards the ammount of information is great. But I am sure I will have more direct questions before long. I will try to post a pic of one of my carvings , they are pretty primitive still but each one is a bit more advanced than the last.
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Hello Ash and welcome to the group. I look forward to seeing some of your work in the galleries. Don't worry about "primitive", we all started that way.
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Welcome Ash, it's great to have you with us!! Don't be afraid to ask us anything, I sure someone here will have the answer you're looking for, that's the way it's always been for me! We'll look forward to seeing pictures of your work when you're ready to share! Again, Welcome! Callynne
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Well if I did it right , I posted a print of my 4th carving. First work in cedar, but I think I have a new car air freshener!

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