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    I recently saw a pattern for fancy letters that we fastened to a pendant. I thought I saved a copy of it but cant find it now. I think it was a Steve Good patern, can anyone help me with this?

  • #2
    If it was a Steve good pattern we would not be allowed to post the pattern here due to copyright issues. Have you gone to his site and looked for it there?
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    • #3
      It was a free pattern and I was just looking to find it, not asking anyone to post it. I can't find it on his web page. I thought I copied it but I guess I didn't. It was real neat in that it had the entire alphabat in fancy letters and you cut the letter out and glued it to a pendant for a chain and the letter was larger than the pendant.


      • #4
        I just went to Steve's site and it was there. Click on the catalog and go to jewerly I think it was.



        • #5
          Thanks oregoncarver, that was what I needed. I didn't find the exact one I was looking for but I did find some that will work.
          Thanks again.


          • #6
            Thy this it is free.. once you down load the font you will find it in your font program just make mental note of the name of the font you are down loading? cause you will have to find it in all the other fonts in your computers fonts.



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