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    I have been looking for awhile and have come up empty-handed in finding patterns for Boy Scouts and Cub Scout insignia patterns. Can anybody Help?


  • #2
    Welcome to the forum robt.

    There are tons of scouting patterns online. Try using Google Image for your search and type in. BSA Clipart, Scouting clipart or scouting logo.

    You can also try camping clipart etc.
    The key is the clipart. This will remove most of the photographs that would normally come up.

    Good luck and have fun.
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    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21


    • #3
      just about every one of the animals..bears, wolfs, ect that the cubscouts use is available somewhere, just not exactly like the scouting sign, prolly for copyright reasons.I do know that a fella in WI bought the forest leaf patterns from sheila landry for use with his pack of scouts. I think just about every animal is represented in that series, except a badger for sure, maybe another one too. anyways, you can check at to see if they help at all. Im not sure if the link is a violation of the rules on the forum or not, so if it is, i apologize, and it can be deleted without any explanation. Dale
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