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  • BobD
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    Here is a link to all of Diana's books

    http://www.foxchapelpublishing.com/searchproducts.cfm

    Bob

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  • Green Frog
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    compound

    Don t have that pattern but sure would love to have it if at possible i know bout the copy right issues maybe someone could tell me what year and the book it ws in i might be able to get it at barnes and noble thanks

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  • Gill
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    Those are so sweet, Cathy. I bet they were a lot of fun to make and paint, and putting the ducks on a nickel makes them look like they're splashing in a puddle.. Nobody would have guessed you were a novice.

    I've got that pattern myself - it's something else I want to cut 'eventually' .

    Gill

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  • Cutting Cathy
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    All this talk about compound cuts

    With all this talk about compound cutting, I had to dig back into my files and find these pictures! This is one of the first things I made when I started scrolling. From Diana Thompson's book 3D Patterns for the Scroll Saw. I made this in 2003 and gave it away in a drawing at our Dance Club's 10th Anniversary party.

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    I could set 3 of the little ducklings on a nickel!! Oh what a trip down memory lane!! Thanks for stirring them up!!

    Cathy in NE

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