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Howie

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They look fantastic.
I assume you are starting on the iroko fencing in the same style next? ;-)
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:shock: Definitely not Howie, its my first and last time of using Iriko, its horrible to work with :x
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Hi Alan

The gates do look good but I keep looking at the position in the garden and keep thinking they look somewhat OTT for the location

If I had designed them I would have used something more rustic and sympathetic to blend in with the environment

BUT I did not so I can shut up :mrgreen: #-o

Nice project :mrgreen:
 

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I agree Digit, something simpler would have been more appropriate, but I wouldnt have enjoyed making them as much (thats my excuse anyway) :lol:
 

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Thanks Alan, I made the panels raised and fielded and then cut them in half so I could fit them through the spindle moulder.
Once the scallops were formed I then glued them back together
 

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Alan Jones":37qm2tw5 said:
:shock: Definitely not Howie, its my first and last time of using Iriko, its horrible to work with :x
Nearly chokes you
Lucky me. It never bothers me!

Nice pair of gates Alan, and what a great view of precious woodland.
Like many others, I have some rather ugly houses to look at in all directions!
Oh well we can't have everything.

John
:D
 
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