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Old 12-04-2007, 10:47 PM   #1
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Default Latest one....another Indian 12-04-07

Another dumpster wood Indian approx 16 x 25. My design.....
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Charlie, those are just spectacular. I like the indians and have some patterns that I have designed. I have found many chiefs and warriors but have been having trouble finding good indian maidens. I love your work and thanks for sharing those cuttings. Steve
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Very impressive! You don't have any patterns of Chief Blackhawk, do you? My aunt by marriage is a direct descendent of him, granddaughter several times down the line, great great great or something like that.

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Charlie, that is some beautiful cutting. Design is great too.
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Very impressive! You don't have any patterns of Chief Blackhawk, do you? My aunt by marriage is a direct descendent of him, granddaughter several times down the line, great great great or something like that.

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Charlie, those are just spectacular. I like the indians and have some patterns that I have designed. I have found many chiefs and warriors but have been having trouble finding good indian maidens. I love your work and thanks for sharing those cuttings. Steve
I have found little if any Indian maidens. Any I found weren't worth using.
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Charlie, that was the same thing that I ran into. Steve
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Beautiful job Charlie! Such a great pattern and cutting. Congrats on a spectacular project.
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Another good 'n'.

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G'day Charlie,
You certainly bring the Indians to life.

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