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    Hi all.... I was wondering if there were compound cut plans for farm animals, most especially cows? If not perhaps there is some sort of guide for making patterns for compound cuts. Thanks so much for any and all help. Connie

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    Diana Thompson has a compound cut barn set in her 3D Patterns for the Scroll Saw published by Fox Chapel Publishing. There is no cow, but maybe you modify one of the others. Also Sam Keener has a book 128 Compound Scroll Saw Patterns and there is a cow/tractor and a cow/pig combo also published by Fox Chapel.

    Hope these help!
    Cathy in NE

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