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Old 03-08-2006
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Fancy rope work or accoutrements aboard

I did one of these at Woodenboat and the response was heartening, I must say, so let's try it here:

If you have some fancywork aboard your vessel, whether done by yourself or by someone for you, perhaps you'd post a picture of it here along with a description. I've gotten quite a few nice pics from folks since I started my library of fancywork and I'm always looking for additions!

Turksheads, lanyards, mats...carving... interesting name transoms... anything is fair game!


Give a LOOK and then take a picture!

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My wheel

I did my wheel over the off season. I wanted to not have any metal showing, but the large spokes made all my attempts look lopsided, so I finnally settled for the opposing turk's head at each spoke. I'm a beginner with this stuff and I enjoyed this project. I hope the photo uploaded.
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