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    I'm looking for a supplier of the Husky plastic-cased pencils that can be used for carving. I would like to buy them in a large quanity.

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    Hi daace,
    Try the woodcraft store in Bettendorf, Iowa.
    Those Pencils are great........... Michele
    Oh and welcome to this site.

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      Re: Plastic pencils

      I wish I could SEE well enough to carve something as small as a pencil!! As it is, I have to use a magnifying glass when I'm working on detail.

      <singing the 'Blind Santa Blues' in 3-part harmony, which you must admit, is quite a feat for one person>

      Teri

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