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    In the Spring issue of the Scoll Saw Woodworking & Crafts issue there is a pattern for a simple Wooden Flower pattern, which a local, ( Yorke Peninsula, South Australia ), Junior School-teacher spotted, and since I am the ONLY woodworker the teacher knew of in this region,- guess what, " interesting project, " I have
    scored ??? Said teacher considers the Flowers to be an excellent Art Project for ALL the students to decorate for Mothers' Day. Luckily, ( for me ), there's only four dozen students, and with one Flower Kit for each student, that's 48 Flower Kits for me to make !!!!!! ( Luckily ????? )
    Interesting question being,- I wonder how many other South Australian Junior Schools will follow, ( once word gets round ), and ask me to make some Wooden Flowers for their Students too ?? I have made a minor modification by adding a thin MDF base onto each flower so they won't easily tip over.

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