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    Hi all!! I enjoy every pattern, and look forward to cutting them! I had the occupational, military and patriotic patterns on my favorites, but can no longer find them. Are they still here??? HELP!!! I love cutting all patriotic patterns, to show my respect to the men and women (and their families) who have sacrificed so much. FREEDOM DOES NOT COME FREE!!! Any help would be greatly appreciated...thank in advance...Joe

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    Fox Chapel has a book of patterns for military stuff. Also, if you look at Sue Mey's site; she has a variety of stuff in that area and look at the free patterns on this forum. Personally, as a former sailor I would urge you to start cutting the Navy patterns as they look the nicest when completed.

    Good Luck and welcome aboard, matie!

    I've Got A Lot More To Learn
    About Leaving Battlegrounds Alone
    "~~ Molly Venter


    • #3
      You can also check Steve Goods site (scroll saw workshop)a google search will get you there.


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