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    I am looking for a cross pattern that is linked to Saint Patrick and or Ireland. I have seen a pattern of a standard cross with three half circles on the top and both horizontal members. Maybe I am making this harder than it should be. Any words of wisdom? ???

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    Re: looking for cross patterns

    did you do a google search? I bet there are many, many sites. You can also check with scroller, wildwood, winfield and cherry tree...one if not all of them will have patterns I am sure...Dave

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      Re: looking for cross patterns

      I don't know exactly which cross you are talking about but there is an Irish Celtic cross in the latest issue of SSWS summer issue 2004. It is a Patrick Spielman design. I also know he has a book on religious patterns maybe you can check his web site or Fox books.
      John T.

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