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  • MikeDingas
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    Makes my Spidey Senses start to tingle!! Great cutting job.

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  • PuzzledMoose
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    Looks great, Jesse.

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  • Tsavo
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    Thanks Sherri and a big thanks to you too Andy!!

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  • Andy
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    Hi Sherri,

    Due to copyright issues the pattern isn't for sale. It's one of those "not for profit" patterns I did a while back as a favor. There's more explanation in a Private Message to you. Thanks for the compliment though by showing interest in purchasing the pattern.

    As for Jesse's cutting, he sent me a message that he'd finished it so I featured it on my website. I'm overly impressed with his ability to cut it. NOT an easy pattern to pull off but it sure does look grand! Thanks Jesse!!!

    Andy

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  • doodle1
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    Very nice! My son would love this piece as he is a HUGE Spiderman fan! Where could I buy this pattern from?

    Sherri

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    started a topic Spiderman Cutting (pattern by Andy Deane)

    Spiderman Cutting (pattern by Andy Deane)

    Spiderman cut finished on 11 Feb...8" x 10;" 1/8" maple plywood (stacked 4 of 'em). Cut with 2/0 and #1 Flying Dutchman "new spirals" from Mike's Workshop. Finished with three coats of Deft semi-gloss spray...pattern by Andy Deane.

    http://www.scrollsawer.com/gallery/s...php?photo=2430

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