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    One of my aunts has requested a dream catcher incorporating a bear. I've found several patterns for the scroll saw on the internet but none of them are quite what I had in mind. I could make my own but before I do that I wanted to ask if any of our talented members had any already done that they might share. I looked in the vault but wasn't sure what category they would be under, if there were any there.
    Any help would sure make a little boy in North Carolina very happy.
    Thanks!

    Bubba
    "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."

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    There is a very nice one in the May issue of Creative Woodworks and Crafts. It is by Sue Mey, so it should be available at her site: www.scrollsawartist.com
    Dan in So.Ca.

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    • #3
      Thanks, but I don't buy patterns. I either make my own or use the ones that are contributed by SSWC members. I just finished a bear dream catcher pattern that I made. I may post it after I proof cut it.

      Bubba
      "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."

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        Sue May is a Great suppoter of the SSW Community.

        It's all fun
        Terry
        Craftsman 18"
        Delta 46-460 lathe
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Terry Murphy View Post


          Sue May is a Great suppoter of the SSW Community.
          I never meant to imply otherwise and I don't really know how you thought that I did.
          If I've said something to offend you, I apologize.

          Bubba
          "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."

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