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    Hi, I'm looking to see if anyone can help me with this. A former co-worker of mine recently passed away and I have been asked to make a small dedication to him. I would like to be able to do his portrait as part of that dedication. If anyone can help me with this, it is much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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    Hi Sawdust....Will this work for you?

    Ron
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    • #3
      Nice pattern Ron.
      Sawdust, here is my take on your photo, hope its of use........Paul
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      • #4
        You guys are great! Thank you both so much for taking the time out to design this. I know my former coworkers will be very happy.

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        • #5
          I'm curious - how long does it take to make a pattern from a portrait like this? I need to make one and haven't done it before so I know it will be considerably longer the first time, but I'd like to know what is typical once you know what you're doing.
          Ken

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          • #6
            I had seen in an old scroll saw mag that there is software that would allow any scroller to convert any portrait / picture to a working scroll saw pattern. If I do find the mag I will post necessary info for purchase. When it originally came out it priced around $90.

            Jeff - Evergreen Pk, IL

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