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    I am looking for a pattern to scroll saw of a US Destroyer. I can't locate anything even close. I think it would be a good new book for veterans having served in the military

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    Re: US Warships Patterns

    You may end up having to make your own. If you do try images on google, that should net you a bunch of pictures. If your unfamilliar go to click on images type in destroyer and let her go. Were you on a destroyer? I was on the 851.


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      Re: US Warships Patterns

      Is there any special way to make a pattern for the Destroyer. I do have a picture of thew ship I was on


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        Re: US Warships Patterns

        No special way, just blow it up on a copier to the size you want and then draw in the lines where you want to cut with a pen and your done. A lot easier than it seems at first. You can use any scroll saw patern as guidance just to get a general idea of what to do and what not to do. You might want to make several copies of the picture in case you goof (save you a trip to the copier).


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