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    I think congratulations are in order for Shannon. The eagle she completed as her first attempt at fretwork (shown in the latest issue) is very good. In fact, the pattern is sold as "advanced" in several catalogs. If this is your first Shannon, I can't wait to see what you do in future. Keep it up.
    Old Mooner

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    Thank you! I really had a good time with it. I actually stack cut two of them and gave one to my husband's club to raffle off at their next event. I'm anxious to see what kind of money it raises.


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