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    Hello Folks : A few yrs back I had bought a copy of ScrollSaw an it had plans for a Squirrel Feeder in the shape of a kids Tricycle.. I have looked high an low an have been unable to locate it.... I was hoping some one might have a copy of that issue an if " possible ", either email me a copy , or be willing to part with their copy of it ..... We just got the Grandson his first tryke an thought what a hoot it would be ....... ...

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    Well we aren't allowed to share patterns out of the magazines as they are copy righted. You can contact Shannon and see if they still have a copy for sale of a past issue.

    [email protected] Or call them at 800-457-9112.
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    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC


    • #3
      Rooster it is in issue 28 ScrollSaw Woodworking and Crafts, you can order back copies from this site. Welcome by the way, and do come by again.
      Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.


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