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    i have an old issue of home workshop news from about the late 90's. it has a few patterns from palmer graphics,quick easy cut outs.called the phone number must have changed,no website either. cant find any info on palmer graphics lafayette LA.was wondering if any one on this forum has any of these patterns or knows where i could get them .these are all small quick cutouts made out of scrap with several different themes.thanks for any help.
    DOUG

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    Search Kerry Palmer. He is the past owner of Palmer Graphics in Lafayette La. I found him on Linkd, hope that helps a little.
    Russell

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