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    Hi, I am new to creating my own patterns, but not new to scroll sawing and I need a Indiana State Seal patern made. A picture can be viewed by going here: http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/ih...s/embseal.html
    That picture has WAY too much detail I need it a little simpler, but with enought detail to make out everything. I can do detailed work, but need a workable pattern, and am lost at creating one. I appreciate any help.

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    Re: IN State Seal Pattern

    Hi
    Personally,what I,d do is print the seal and enlarge it to the size I wanted it.And then work from there,using whatever detail I think I would need.Hope this has been of some help.
    Mark

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