Author Topic: Display case for the Red Cross  (Read 2212 times)

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Offline Bill Wyko

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Display case for the Red Cross
« on: April 15, 2010, 12:34 PM »
This case was made for the Red Cross to display a quilt that was created by $1000.00 dollar donations. Every square inch was sold for 1k. If you add it up, it was about 350k in donations. The quilt was made about 10 years ago. Once it was done, it unfortunately, was stuffed in a box and put away. 10 years later I was contracted to build this Walnut case to display it properly. It's 85" tall and 81.5 inches wide. It fit in the doors by 1/2 inch. Luckily it did fit though [eek]

It took my TS75, RO150, RO125, Domino, CT22 and my new Kapex. I've got to say, it sure makes the job easier.
The bitterness of poor quality, lingers long after the cheap price is forgotten.

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