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    Has anyone ever seen a pattern for the Beatles Abbey Road album cover? I would like to purchase or otherwise obtain one. I have a few other Beatles items in my collection and think that that picture would make a great addition.

    Ray F

    The Sparetime Scroller

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    This place has a good pattern of Abbey Road available to purchase cut out, they also sell patterns but I cant see this one listed. You might want to contact them and see if they sell the Abbey Road one in pattern format

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    • #3
      Going to be tough finding that one due to copyright issues.
      It is an iconic image and you can bet Apple Records guards that copyright as zealously as they would a Lennon/McCartney lyric.
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      • #4
        Hi Ray,
        Here is a Sgt Pepper's pattern from scroll saw village. If the link does not work go to scroll saw village and search in the pattern library for beatles and it will show up. You may need to create a free account if you do not have one. This pattern is on my to do list.

        I hope this helps.
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        • #5
          Thanks folks for all your help. I knew it would be a longshot because of the copyright issues. Oges- I did contact Shambro about the pattern and they said it was not for sale, it was a nice cutting they had. I've done a few simple patterns myself, maybe I'll try this one.

          Thanks again,

          Ray F


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