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  • Old Mooner
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    Brenda--
    Try www.bullrunart.com. That is Charles Dearing's site and he has lots and lots of NASCAR-type patterns--cars, drivers, etc. 'Course it is a commercial pattern site.
    Moon

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  • Gill
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    Hi Brenda

    There's one here. You might have to join this group in order to acces the pattern, but it's a group that's well worth joining .

    I don't know how lifelike the pattern is - Jeff Gordon is an unknown quantity on this side of the pond .

    Gill

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  • Brenda
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    looking for pattern

    hi I am looking for a jeff gorden pattern if anyone has one to share that would be great wouldlike it for a christmas present
    thanks Brenda

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