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Thread: crib my husband made

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    Super Member ladyshuffler's Avatar
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    My that is beautiful!!

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    WOW! He's a master craftsman, it beautiful.

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    its beautiful! how lucky your son is to have a handmade heirloom made for him!

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    That is absolutely gorgeous! Your husband is very, very talented!

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    What a beautiful crib and what workmanship! I like the natural color.

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    Just one minor, little bitty thing...have him measure the width between the bars in their widest stretch.

    I don't want to rain on your parade, but there should not be any spaces larger than ...well, here is what the Internet says, among other things.........

    Slats should be no more than 23/8" apart (about the width of a soda can).
    Corner posts should not be higher than 1/16".
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    it's beautiful.

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    That is a very beautiful crib. But I have to agree, when you are using such lovely wood, would be a shame to cover it up!!

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    I'm amazed! That is excellent work...what a keepsake for your family!

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    Excellent work

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