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    I know that I didn't dream this. In an old issue of scrollsaw workshop their was a pattern for a barn puzzle. When you took it apart there were like 7 small cows on the inside. Does anyone rememeber what issue it was in. I cannot find it anywhere. Hope I didn't loose it.
    Thanks Kevin
    When you hit rock bottom the only answer is to look up

  • #2
    It is in the Spring 2006 (NO. 22) pages 24-26. It is fun to cut. I have made several and given them away. Folks really like them.



    • #3
      Thank you I din't know how many times I've looked for this pattern. My eyes must be getting bad. I think I've gone though this issue 3 or 4 times

      Thanks again
      When you hit rock bottom the only answer is to look up


      • #4
        If you have any questions, Canadian Scroller (Carl Hird-Rutter) wrote the article!



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