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    Default May challenge

    Clean sheet past Easter and here school holidays. I have several pens glued up can not start until then.

    Kind regards Peter.
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    Sweet!
    I'm in!!

    Now where did I put that skew??
    "All the gear and no idea"

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    I'm in Peter

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    I'm in, what's the challenge?

    Hopefully starting to set up new shed after moving over Easter.

    Cheers Steve

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    Trying to find interesting stuff in my shed that Euge hasn't supplied me with is a difficult task!

    I think these will be a good start for may

    The Norwegian beech was from a pen swap I did (I think it was the Australia Day swap), northern boree from Euge and the Bloodwood from a jeweller who was moving his stash on....
    Should prove to be interesting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevebaker142 View Post
    I'm in, what's the challenge?
    Basically Steve, we are digging into the treasure trove of blanks we all hoard and using some of the spiffy ones instead of just staring at them!
    Trying to enthuse others to post their works and inspire anyone thinking they may wish to give it a try
    "All the gear and no idea"

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    Thanks Gabriel, I did find some treasures when cleaning out and packing the shed, got plenty of ideas and no time to do it.

    This challenge might be enough to use these 'new' finds.

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    Straightforward challenge at least three pens from each of us for the month of May just to prove we can.I am excited.Time to use our Stash.

    Peter.
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    Can we at least sort out the April challenge before organising May? sheesh, I'm lagging big time. hahahahaha

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    Nothing to organise mate just continuity and preserve the forum activity.Lagging is a form of insulation.

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    Definitely do a Model T. Got some nice antique copper and silver rollerball and fountain pens coming from the US20190415_222108_1555332332521.jpeg

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