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    Good Morning Ladies and Gents - I have a customer looking for me to saw and wants small wall hangings like those pictured in the latest issue of ScrollSaw Woodworking & Crafts mag by artist Gloria Cosgrove.

    Only problem is that the customer just wants leaves - no, animals or insects, or whatever. I know that I can just eliminate the buggers from the cut but they're looking for something more on the order of autumn leaves and such.

    Does anyone know where I might find such patterns.

    Thanking you all in advance.


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  • #2
    You should be able to google leafs and get some good patters.


    • #3
      Leaf pattern

      Here is one Leaf pattern I have cut 100's of. I make them into Trivets. One of the many plants we have here in Hawaii.
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      • #4
        Thank you very much Larry - I will see if my customer would like this design -

        I wish you a Great Day !


        • #5
          Larry, that's a big philodendron isn't it. It has been years since I was there but those grew everywhere in the bushes. Thanks, it is a nice memory.
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          • #6
            Stephen, we call that the Monstere plant here. You are correct, they do grow nearly every place around the Islands. A very hardy plant. We have several of them on our property. This and a turtle design, seems to be liked by most people here on vacation.


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