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    Well, Halloween is creeping up on us, so I thought I'd put together some seasonal puzzles. Here's one you might enjoy tooling around with, a common everyday bat. I cut mine from 3/4" pine and left it unfinished. Might look pretty good in black in light of the season. In any event, hope you enjoy it. You can also download this free pattern (along with others) from my web page, below.
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    Al B.

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    Thanks Al, I grabbed a copy.

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      I snagged a copy also.

      Thanks -- Don

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        Thank you for all these great free patterns I just grabbed a copy of your autumn an fall book totally look forward to cutting these Will you be coming out with Christmas book by chance ?

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          Thanks for the comment, Cathie. I'm concentrating on Halloween and Thanksgiving right now, but have also been working on some Christmas ideas which I hope to release later on. Thanks for purchasing the eBook and I hope you have success with the patterns. Please let me know how they go.
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          Al B.

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            Thanks Al. I grabbed a copy too.

            Barry

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