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    Hi Everyone, I know this is probably an unusual request but I am looking for a pattern for a paddle. It is for a friend that has just had a baby girl. I am sure that it will not be used. Thanks, Steve
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    Hi Steve,

    I have one here somewhere, I would cut them for a girlfriend who did the woodburning thing on them. I would have to look around some to see if I can find it though, been through 2 computers since then. The paddle was about 30" in length, maybe 8" wide.... should I look?

    Take care
    Toni

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      Paddle

      Toni, that sounds like just what I am looking for. Thanks,Steve
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      • #4
        Just watch the movie about FDR, Georgia springs I think it's called, something like that. Men back then were fierce and strick, (Like my Dad). I'll bet after watching that you'll find inspiration. Gotta think mean, lol. My Mom used to have a rubber Cat-a-nine tail. It was scary to look at. She never used it on me though.
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          Toni,
          Must be a coincidence--I am looking for a paddle pattern to cut & burn if you happen to find it. Thanks in advance!
          Last edited by Randy Huckeby; 02-27-2007, 09:09 PM.

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          • #6
            Are these the kind of paddles you guys are asking about?



            Sorry can't get that link to work for some reason - but if you go to that page and search for "paddle" you'll see what I'm talking about ...
            Last edited by PuzzledMoose; 02-27-2007, 06:01 PM.
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