Walnut Dowel Rod 3/8''

Walnut Dowel Rod 3/8''

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Walnut Dowel Rod 3/8''
5 out of 5
Wyowoodsmith
Location: Hulett, Wyoming
Date: September 23, 2016
I often make my own plugs to cover birch dowels, as well as make custom length dowel pins when longer is needed- I build the "Old School" way, doweling instead of screws (unless screws are prefered by my clientele)- the Walnut dowel rod is a good match for many dark species- Chechem is one that I used this order for- Walnut is a wonderful "Contrasting" color for edging pins- always straight, no splitting or unusable sections WWS is the Very Best for all my wood- Thanks Folks!
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