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Old 04-25-2009, 10:37 AM   #1
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my son would like me to cut a pirate ship like the ones on the movie pirates of the carabean could any one help please.
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Is this the sort of thing you were looking for? I made this pattern from a public domain pic last year. It is a relatively easy project with very few entry holes required You could add skill and crossbones if you wished. Please post a picture if you cut it. Sue
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Nice job Sue....Great pattern.
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not going to try to out do that one Sue nice job.

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Great pattern, Sue! And what is so cool about this pattern is there are only about 3 or 4 holes to drill! Awesome! Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks Sue my son will love it and I will post it when its done great job.
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Nice patterns Sue,
You are the master of "More Bang for your Buck" or "More Blade than Drill".
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Here is another one for your consideration . Google Fine Scrollsaw . Click free pattern 1 . Second photo in from the left . Hobbies 1698 . Two old ship , picture frames .
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AYE MATE, I do believe that pattern will sail nicely. Thanks. Bobby
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Very nice Sue! Hope you dont mind I saved a copy for myself. Donnie
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