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    Hey... I've been getting into chip carving and I was wondering if anyone knew of any web sites with free patterns. I've found some web sites with patterns but always costs money, not that I have any thing against that, but I could sure use some free ones.


    Thanks All,
    Joe

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    www.carvingpatterns.com

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      chipcarving.com :

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        Thanks guys!

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        • #5
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          Try going to 'google' using the words chip carving. You should get something there.
          If anyone knows where I can find patterns for 'The Green Man' I would appreciate it. Thanks hope I helped you out.

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            www.chrispye-woodcarving.com . Go to the Gallery Page, at the bottom, and it will take you to more Green Men than you ever knew existed.

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              Rando,

              The green man? Try the grocery store on a can of peas.
              Hope this helps.......


              Gravel Girl

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              • #8
                correction

                Sorry, that was for Bwernas, not Rando. Those little green men are messing with my mind.

                Gravel Girl

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