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    Does anyone know where I could get a pattern for a business card holder? I would like to put my sons name on it and with possibly a little fretwork. Thanks.
    Joe Pascucci
    Hegner
    "You can't put your arm in the same river twice!"

    Proud member of the Long Island Scrollsaw Association

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    You can do that with a Hegner?

    All kidding aside have you cheked out Steve goods site?
    Last edited by Rolf; 03-21-2012, 01:55 PM.
    Rolf
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    And the Long Island Scrollsaw Association

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    • #3
      There was at least one article in SWC during the past couple of years with business card holders being made with a scroll saw.
      You might check the magazine back issue directory.

      Russ

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      • #4
        Joe,

        You could check the "other" magazine. Creative Woodworks & Crafts Nov 2004 had several patterns of businees card holders. Legs are compound cut and some were very attractive.

        DG Dewalt 788

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        • #5
          Thanks, some really good ideas; I’ll see what I can do with them. I might even try to find a fretwork chair or love seat and customized it to what I want. Thanks again, much appreciated.
          Joe Pascucci
          Hegner
          "You can't put your arm in the same river twice!"

          Proud member of the Long Island Scrollsaw Association

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          • #6
            Steve Good has a couple card holders. I customizes one and made this one.
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            Don

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