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    The people on the business forum on this web site came up with some great ideas for the name of my business. Now it is you pattern makers that I need help from.

    I would like a pattern that I could use to make a sign to hang at shows. I am using the name DW's Woodcrafts. The DW is for my name, Delvaughn Willis.

    I don't have any logo in mind so I could use the help. Thanks

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    Hello Trackman, i could and would gladly help you on this request. The only problem is that if i spend hours on an idea, and you don't like it, and it isn't anything like you had in mind, I have wasted that time for no reason except to help you decide what you dont want... If you have a direction you would like to go, or a sigh you have seen and like the style of that might help us come up with something you will actually use. If you post a few pictures of some ideas that you like someone will be more likely to give it a go. I'm sure you wouldn't want anyone to sit for hours and work on something you don't like, a little direction would get a few more replies i am guessing.
    Russell

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    • #3
      Birchbark you are very right an I see what you are saying. I didn't think about the time it takes to come up with ideas an than make the pattern.
      The trouble is I don't know what I want for sure. Was thinking maybe a sign that has the words DWs Woodcrafts in a circle an a scroll saw in the middle.

      Think you very much for pointing out why I haven't gotten any replies.

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      • #4
        Will this work for you Trackman? Borrowed the scroller from a Steve Good pattern. Thanks Steve!!! Don
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        • #5
          Nice one Don.
          Learning the art of scroll saw.

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          • #6
            Good job Don. Nice work on the website too - your prices look very reasonable.

            Good Luck
            Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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            • #7
              Thank you very much tdub4ever! That will work for me. Don't know when I will get one cut. The wife has me remodeling the bathroom so I haven't had much time in the shop. When I get one done I will look you up to let you see it. Thanks again!

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              • #8
                Thanks Mayo! Any suggestions from anyone that would make my site better would be more than appreciated!! Don
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