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    Does anyone have patterns for the military?

    I have Marines but no other.

    John F

  • #2
    Re: Military Emblems

    I have a copy of the Navy emblem thanks to M.D. here on the board....scroller, cherry tree, wildwood and winfield...all scrollsaw suppliers for patterns etc have them ... If I can find the pattern, I will contact you and send a copy....I have gotten sidetracked and didn't use it yet and finding it may take some doing : :P


    • #3
      Re: Military Emblems

      John use the google search engine (click on images) and you'll find every emblem for every branch of just about every military organization in the world.

      When you find the one(s) you want, right-click and save it to your computer. If it's not big enough, print it, if you have a scanner you can use the scanner to enlarge (or reduce) the size of go to the post office, wal mart, kinkos, etc and have them do it for you (not very expensive).

      If you need help finding something in particular, give a shout and I'll be happy to help! I may have what you're looking for laying around the house somewhere.


      • #4
        Re: Military Emblems

        These are a Berry Basket Pattern but I think Wildwood now carries them also.

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        John T.


        • #5

          What a excellent carving!! I am a former Marine and would like to know how to purchase that clock and how to have a emblem made for my desktop. I would like to send one to my brother who has served 1 tour in Afganistan and 1 tour in Irag as a door gunner.
          Semper FI Woodknomb
          bás roimhe easonóir


          • #6

            Only problem there......put the Navy on top! LOL


            • #7

              Sent you a private message if you are talking about my military clocks. They are for sale. If it was not my message you were answering to then please disregard. Thank you!
              John T.


              • #8
                please send

                could you send me a copy of the Eagle, Globe and Anchor pattern. Thanks and Semper Fidelis.

                SSgt Barger, USMC


                • #9
                  I went to the Air Force site and downloaded the Air Force Symbol and scrolled it out once. I imagine you can go to any of the service sites and do the same.

                  TSgt Robbins, USAF
                  Brad R.
                  18" Craftsman Pro


                  • #10
                    A few years ago, the "other magazine" had Marines, Coast Guard, Bradley Army Tank, Navy Destroyer, National Guard & AF Fighter Jet, in their christmas issue for ornaments. The Coast Guard is my very best seller! If you want, I'll let you know what issue. Also, the site AFSP has tons of patterns to d/w & use. You need to join first. Some great pattern makers in there. I've used the AF emblem this year and 101st Airborne - Screaming Eagles pattern.
                    Last edited by will8989; 12-05-2007, 05:39 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Try this book:

                      There's a fine line between woodworking and insanity, I'm just not sure which side of the line I'm on!


                      • #12
                        picked up a Pattern book from Scrollsaw workshop Mag call" scroll Saw Military Designs By Mike and Vicky Lewis

                        Pattrens for All Branshes of U>S> Military



                        • #13
                          hi there !
                          On the same topic, how bout mill insigna like airborne wings air ranger tabs etc . Sorry I am a ARMY guy. All due respect to all other services.
                          Trash man


                          • #14
                            I have a "screaming eagles" ornament, does that count?


                            "Congress needs to realize it is a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Not of the people, by the people and for Congress." - Dr. Benjamin Carson, Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital


                            • #15
                              That dose count ! I love that patch, I spent a few years wearing that one.

                              Trash man.


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