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    Hi all
    I am looking for the kangaroo pattern that was in issue 15 of Scrollsaw Workshop. I see that this issue is out of stock in the back issues order section. Can anyone help please?


    Martin - from the UK

    email - [email protected]

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    HI Martin. I do have that issue. are you talking about the toy from the land Down under. the Kangaroo walks down the planke. so cute. I would love to shar it with you. but don't know the copey rights thing on it. if some one here could help. me figuer it out , I would be pleased to send it to him. your new friend Evie


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