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  • ( Wanted ) Puizzle Patterns

    I'm looking for all kinds of assorted puzzle patterns if anyone in the group wants to share them. especially compound miter puzzles or any puzzles at all.

    please e-mail me the patterns to
    [email protected]

    ty in advance and i'm new to the group

  • #2
    Fox Chapel has at least a couple of books from the Petersens with tons of puzzle patterns. Take a look at the link on the right with Father's day gift ideas.
    Kevin
    Scrollsaw Patterns Online
    Making holes in wood with an EX-30, Craftsman 16" VS, Dremel 1680 and 1671

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    • #3
      We do have some great patterns from Judy Peterson (I love her work)!. We've had a couple in the magazines, but I own all three of her books and HIGHLY reccomend them.

      I'm assuming that you mean patterns that individual members have designed. I'm sure you are not asking members to share published and copyrighted patterns!

      Bob
      www.GrobetUSA.com

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      • #4
        I assume you're talking about what I call manipulative puzzles rather than old-fashioned jigsaw puzzles, which I cut and which should be cut freehand. Regarding freehand puzzles, I'm happy to help any way I can.

        There is another forum which concentrates on free scroll saw patterns and may provide some help:

        http://groups.msn.com/AbsolutelyFree.../messages.msnw

        Good luck....and have phun.....Carter

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        • #5
          Vermont

          Being a transplanted Texan from Vermont. What is a Puizzle Patterns? (Just Kidding). I was born in Rutland. And lived in a small town called Poultney. My Mother was born in St Johnsbury. Would like to hear what's been going on in Vermonster land.


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