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Gooseneck molding

Hi Mary

Have you ever considered doing a lesson on gooseneck molding?  Specifically, I mean the goosenecks you would see on the bonnet top of a high chest or as the pediment of a grandfather clock.

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Yes... but I need a good drawing and profile of an actual piece. How about making a clock and providing me with the profile and I will carve this? I'll carve one side as a lesson, and you can carve the other 🙂 Contact me if you are interested...

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