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Old 10-25-2009, 10:21 PM   #1
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Default Christmas Reindeer for scroll or band saw

Here is a pattern for Christmas Reindeer if you want it. Just print it out. You can re-size it to cut out on the scroll saw or cut it out on the band saw. Have fun. I made ten of them cut from a 2x4.



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Old 10-26-2009, 04:17 AM   #2
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Thanks for sharing James! got my copy

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Thanks for sharing. This is a great compound cut pattern for beginners.

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Thanks for the deer,I got a copy.Tony
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The link is not working for me.

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Not working here either.
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James if you still have the pattern would you please post it as we cannot get the link anymore. Thanks

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Default Christmas Reindeer

Here is the pattern of the reindeer. you can resize it to any size you want. If you resize it to 70% it will fit a pine 2x4.
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Default Christmas Reindeer

Instructions for cutting reindeer. Click on each picture and print it to see better. Resize the pattern to cut on scroll saw. They can be painted and decorated as you see fit. You can paint eyes also. They can be left plain and cut from wood of choice. A set of three or four makes a great gift for a friend. I made a plexiglass pattern and traced the pattern on 2x4's. Look at first blue template of deer pattern. Saves from having to glue paper patterns for each deer. Enjoy and all have a good day.

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