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    Hello everybody. I haven't posted any projects for a good while, but have been busy cutting. I thought I would post this picture of my current project, of this wolfe dreamcatcher. I have always liked wolves and dreamcatchers, so this makes total sense for me to do. I have some Cherokee blood back a couple generation, so I do like native items. I hope everyone likes this project so far. I will update when closer, or finished. This is a couple hours cutting at the most so far. Thanks for looking. Paul

    Thanks to Grampa2011 for the pattern.
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    Last edited by pmac53; 07-11-2012, 02:33 PM.

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    Interesting pattern, I like it. So far so good on the cutting.
    We watched the movie The Grey the other night. I am thinking Liam Neeson could have used one of these in that movie,LOL.


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