firstname.lastname@example.org (SteveC1280) wrote in
Teri Masaschi in the May/June 2003 issue pg 44.
FWIW, I've also had very good luck with the early American maple method by
Jeff Jewitt (http://homesteadfinishing.com/htdocs/eamaple.htm ). I've used
Jewitt's method on both birdseye and curly maple with good effect. I like
it because it calls for oil before shellac, which gives an appearance that
p.s. A word of advice, you might want go light on the aniline dye and test
on scraps first. It always looks a little muddy right after the dye goes
on, but the figure pops back after the oil.
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