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  • scroller777
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    Wow, thank you Don, exactly what I was looking for. I will be cutting it this weekend. I appreciate all of your help and awesome guidance I have always received here.
    Happy scrolling.
    Thanks Don

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  • KarlB
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    Nice work Don.

    Karl

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  • tgiro01
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    Awesome pattern, Don. Just what they were looking for.

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  • NC Scroller
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    Don that is a great pattern.

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  • Jim McDonald
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    Don
    Great work on that piece. My Scoutmaster was a great man and Until Alzheimers took it away, Mr. White knew what he meant to a rag-tag bunch of boys.

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  • Don in Brooklin On
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    Version 2. I put the bar in the middle that fell out on the merge.
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  • Don in Brooklin On
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    Here is a close version. I took the Boy Scotts Fleur de lei and cut out of the W. (Cambria).

    I some areas in the middle did not come out the same. If you wanted you could add the name across the middle.

    Let me know if you want this as a PDF or SVG or any changes. Send me a PM with your email



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  • Gary beasley
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    If you could produce a photo against a plain white background it would be infinitely easier to convert it. In Photoshop I could simply use an outline filter on it to get a useable pattern, but the boards behind it would become part of the outline and take too much editing to remove.

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  • scroller777
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    Pattern assistance

    Hi everyone. We have our Scoutmaster finally hanging it up after 12 years. I have offered to cut this pattern and have us Assitant scout masters sign it.
    Can someone help me put this to vector or a cutable pattern.
    I appreciate your help.
    Happy scrolling
    scroller777
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  • John Smith
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    Thanks guys, I have a lot of HDU left over from my sign business in various thicknesses.
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    Welcome to the group. I look forward to seeing more of your work. You will probably need to slow down you scroll saw when cutting the urethane on the scroll saw. If the blade gets to hot it will fuse back together.
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