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    I seem to remember a labrador portrait in one of the issues, does anyone know which one it was? I have looked, but cannot find.
    also looking for cute, quick projects dogs and cats for my weekly project, my clients love to see what's next.
    I work as a veterinary tech.
    Last edited by rick.ther; 08-08-2005, 07:59 AM.

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    What a great place to showcase your work.
    If I come across anything suitable I will email it to you
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    • #3
      I remember seeing one in the competitor magazine...but I will not mention it..for possible blasphemy


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        There are two good ones here if you know where to look--try going to the free scroll saw patterns and find the copy that has the beagle and what was that other dog ?? i 'v made the beagle and even had people think it was other breeds - like wieminer and the hound types .. works up good to -- you can see my work at my homepage in pictures -- I've tried to upload them here to the gallarie but all I pulled up was my grandaughter lol


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