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    Hi,
    I need some help please.
    A friend, of some 40 yrs., has been told that he has about 12 months to live and I asked his wife to let me have her favourite picture of him. She has two, one as a young man and one of just a few years ago (on that one you can just see the start of the cancer).
    Could I please have a pattern of each. I intend that each go in separate frames about 14ins. wide by 17ins high, with the actual picture width about 7ins. (the height at whatever.
    Thank you.
    Bob H.
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    Hi Bob, Sorry to hear about your friend, I hope thease are ok for you......Paul
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    • #3
      Bob...Here is my version of early George....Sorry about your friends unfortunate problems. Good patterns Grampa.

      Ron
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      • #4
        Bob....Here's my try of the current George....Hope they help

        Ron
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          Hi,
          Thank you for your patterns, very good. I'll let you know how I get on.
          Thanks again,
          Bob H.

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