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    Hi all I am in need of a pattern of sponge bob. I am cutting some things for 4 of my nephews and one of them love sponge bob. I am looking for a portrait type pattern. As always thanks for the help.

    Tommy

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    Tom, We may not be able to post what you nee due to copyright issues.
    Cartoons are very easy to make into a pattern. Just google SB clip art and or SB coloring pages and all you have to do is add your bridges.
    https://www.google.com/search?hl=&q=...=spongebob+cli
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