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    My daughter has added "Coat Racks with Names" to the Daddy do list for each of the three grand sons so they can hang up some of their clothes.

    I have seen were the letters are 3 - D in different colours.

    Are there any instructions or plans for this type of sign?

    I am a little stuck with what to do with letters like O, P etc.

    Any ideas would be appreciated.


    I moved your thread to a more appropriate forum to maximize traffic and get you more responses to your post/request/question.

    Last edited by wood-n-things; 03-29-2012, 12:22 PM.
    Don McFarland ​Member - Durham Woodworking Club

  • #2
    Post the kids names and I'm sure someone will make you a pattern. As for "O" "B" "R" etc use a scrollable font and they will have built in bridges so that the open areas do not become drop outs..
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC


    • #3
      You could do something simple like this. The white dots are the pegs. You can use any font you like

      Don R
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      • #4

        I'll give that a try.

        I am looking for the method and this may work just fine.

        Don McFarland ​Member - Durham Woodworking Club


        • #5
          I did that one in Inkscape and it is really easy. If you need any help let me know.
          Don R

          Custom Made Scroll Saw Patterns


          • #6
            Would something like this work?
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            Last edited by tdub4ever; 04-12-2012, 07:13 PM.


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