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Door knocker:  1/2” square bar and 1/4” X 1 1/2” bar 

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Planter hook:  3/8” rebar and 3/4” rebar,  the big hook was done a few months ago, but din’t Have anything to use it on until I started messing around with the looped &coiled end.  The link is not welded. I flattened a scrap piece of the 3/4” rebar and made to square nuts, coiled bar shaft was threaded to 3/8” -16 and tapped the nuts the same. Big square washers from scrap angle iro I had laying around. 

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My goodness ANOTHER good use of rebar outside of concrete! Attractive plant hanger nicely done. I'm especially pleased by the nuts, perfect use of one piece of steel to make something else. The rebar pattern is recognizable and the transition to something else is plainly evident. I feel this obvious transition in steel is a very marketable feature, one reason things made from RR spikes are so popular and bring good $.

Well done.

Frosty The Lucky.

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