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    Help! I've cut puzzles but have never used a template. Everything has been wild and freehand. Now a friend wants a puzzle of a photo but wants a template cut puzzle for his kids. I'm stumped Where do you find them? I've searched online and everything seems to say "send us money!" or "give us lots of personal information!" I just want to find a template I can print. Who'd a thunk it would be this difficult? Please enlighten me and/or point me in the right direction. Thank you.

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    Duh! Found it! It was right under my nose all the time on the Scrollsawer site. Shoulda looked here first.

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    • #3

      There are template for free here too.

      ...furnishing free scroll saw patterns to the scrolling community since 2002, no joke!
      Don McFarland ​Member - Durham Woodworking Club http://www.durhamwoodworkingclub.com/

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        Steve good also has some on his blog. I believe photoshop has a puzzle overlay but I've never used it.
        Fredfret
        Wichita, Ks

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          Fred and Don - Thank you! I found the ones at Arpop and downloaded them. I much prefer the wild go anywhere freehand that I've done before but this one turned out ok. I used the 8x10 and found my lack of line following made this easy project a tad challenging for me but my better half says it turned out well. She's the tester.
          Last edited by florida scroller; 04-18-2018, 10:21 AM.

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