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    I am wondering if anyone could make some cool stuff for thanksgiving..Like maybe a Stand up Turkey that can be taken apart and put away..Or anything to do with the holiday..I don't see many patterns for that holiday..Just something to get some pattern designers thinking..lol
    Michael.....Indy..........
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    I have made these: The turkey using a scroll saw and O S B. The cornucopia using my table saw and miter saw and belt sander.
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      That Cornucopia looks cool.. I like the concept on the Turkey..Exactly what Ii was looking for.
      Michael.....Indy..........
      "Dream what to cut, Cut what you dream"
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