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    Please take a look at this fantastic pattern of the Eiffel tower.
    Pedro, web site is:
    This is a designer who cuts everything him self to make sure it all fits together.
    Maybe this is some for SSW to publish?
    Mike M
    SD Mike

  • #2
    That is awsome! I'll be checking into that!

    Thanks Mike! We're always looking for great designers!!!



    • #3
      I'll say that's awesome. I definitely will want to get that pattern. I've been on top of the Eiffel Tower a couple of time, and (even tho it is in Paris) it is one of my favorite structures. This guy Pedro is really something!

      My saw is a DeWalt788 Measure twice; cut once; count fingers after cut


      • #4
        Oh My!

        That kinda makes a person feel unworthy of even considering himself a scroller. Wow!


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