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    Hello  Does anyone have a hockey player pattern.
    I need to make some Christmas tree ornaments.
    Thanks Mick

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    Re: hockey player pattern

    HEy Michael

    I hope that you get this. I found one for you. Fo to Www.wildwooddesigns.com Then do a search for pattern number 1512. This is the only one that I have come upon recently. I will check back in my books to see if there might be another one about.

    Good Luck

    BIG DEL

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    • #3
      Re: hockey player pattern

       Thanks  Big Del
       I ordered the pattern last week.
        Mick

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