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    l was looking for a pattern in a book, "Making Wooden Baskets On Your Scroll Saw, Second Edition" by John Nelson and William Guimond, that I bought some time ago. Wouldn't you know that the page with the pattern, page 66, was gone. Can anyone help me with a copy of that page? Thanks in advance for any help. hashenfelter
    hkashenfelter@frontier.com

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    It would be a copyright violation if someone copied and sent you that pattern. Now if they have the book and send you the whole thing that is fine. Another option is to check your local library. Also check eBay. I have picked up scroll saw books there for only a couple bucks including shipping.
    Scott
    Creator of fine designer sawdust.

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