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  • Anyone got a Doberman scroll saw pattern

    In the latest issue of Scroll Saw Workshop there was an article by a canadian guy who did some pretty good scroll saw stuff. the article was accompanied by a plan to produce a wolf's head.
    I have been looking for a similar pattern to cut a Doberman head.
    Can anyone help ?

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    Charles Dearing has some dog patterns on his web site, www.bullrunart.com, that are pretty good. You might try there. Judy Gale Roberts also has a whole book of patterns of dog heads. Just a couple suggestions.

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      Chri$--

      I was going to send you a Doberman pattern via email, but you have decided you don't want any emails. So--if you go to http://groups.msn.com/FreeScrollsawPatterns/ and then click on the topic on the left-hand side of the page called "Newest Free Patterns" and go by the dates posted to the ones for Sep and Oct you will see one by Honeyjinx called, strngely enough, "Doberman...."
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