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    Was looking for a pattern I seen several years back in a catalog, it was a deer shelf. Anybody remember seeing this? Thanks Bob
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    Hi Lonepie. don't know what you are refuing too. there is alot of patterns in wildwoods. what did it look like. ? I know a dear. lol. can you find it here www.Wildwooddesigns.com or was it in www.winfieldcollection.com or www.scrolleronlins.com or www. cherrytreetoys.com . or www.meiselwoodhobby.com these are all great catalogs. you can get free. just buy clicking on one of them. oh no did i forget www.foxchapelpublishing.com HA go figuer. and not least www.scrollsawer.com your friend Evie now your in for it.

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    • #3
      Bob;
      Click on the link to my PictureTrail albums below and select the Shelves/Baskets album.
      There is one there with a pair of deer on it that I made a bunch of years ago. It was one of my best sellers but I havn't had time to make any more lately.
      W.Y.
      http://www.picturetrail.com/willyswoodcrafting

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      Delta P-20 Scroll Saw, 14" x 43" Craftex Wood Lathe and Jet 10" Mini Lathe .

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        William; I did see the deer shelf in that link. It was not the one.The item I remember sort of flowed from top to bottom, almost like the deer running down and around to the bottom. It impressed me early on, but was too busy then. I am still too busy, but...I must search for an old catalog. Thanks for your help. Bob
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        you want to see in the world...

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        • #5
          Evie... so much. I found it in your first link from wildwood pattern #1264. The shelf part is dark wood and the deer are lighter wood. The contrast I think really makes it. Check out the pattern.Would look good in a hunting camp, or a den, or in a kitchen...etc. if my wife will allow it. Oh well.
          And Evie, by the way, I am a bunny person, have 2 in the back yard next to the shed. There Names are Buddy & Woody.
          Thanks Again.
          Your Friend Bob
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          you want to see in the world...

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          • #6
            Lonepine. so glad to help. But now I am wondering . what are you going to do with those pisky bunnys in the back yard. you could send woody over here if you would like. I really like bunnys. except in my gardon. Ha. your friend Evie

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