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Certainly is, (and very economical too),lovely wood!
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Oh yay - a site of his own! :D :D :D

and it has a teddy bear on... I know why I love him! :cry: :D :D :D


though I think he does need a more appropriately attired one?
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purple peril wrote:Top chap :)

http://paulatkin.co.uk/
yes very cool dude, i like his wood 8)

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cheers PP are you by in any chance in need of a bigger pestle :wink:

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Oh wow. He's also on this forum. Love your work. Would really like to learn your craft. I can turn, but have only used a semi modern lathe.

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thanks for the compliment on my work :D i see you live in york, so why dont you get in touch and pop over to the workshop sometime

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paul atkin wrote:cheers PP are you by in any chance in need of a bigger pestle :wink:
:shock: :shock: :shock:



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paul atkin wrote:thanks for the compliment on my work :D i see you live in york, so why dont you get in touch and pop over to the workshop sometime
No, I don't live in York. I live near Hinderwell. Up the road from Whitby. But we are off to York this coming Saturday to visit the Jorvic Viking Thingy. Can't wait. Then I'm off to the minster to photograph some tracery for conceptual reasons. But I would love to visit the workshop sometime. Thank you for the invite.

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