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Old 07-20-2009, 07:26 PM   #1
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Thumbs down Vine Cross

Some time in the past there was a cross that appeared to be fashioned after a few vines (like grape vines). It was fairly simple. I can not seem to locate it anywhere. Does anyone know if it was in the magazine and if so which issue? Thanks for any help.

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If you did not design it..You probably should not post it....
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I'm not trying to sound bossy or interfere but the spirit of not sharing patterns you don't create extends to sending them privately. But you do what you want....
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Playing the devils advocate here, but I don't think that was the intent. He is just asking for the magazine issue where he might find it.
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There are 2 posts missing that were here earlier..One contained 2 patterns which were not designed by the person posting ..The original poster was not the object of my post....LOL
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Got it Mike. Did not know about the missing posts. Oh well. After posting the message I seemed to remember seeing a cross like that. But I can't remember if it was in the magazine and designed by Nelson or I saw it in the old free scroll saw forum.
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I have a couple of them but of course they are from along time ago and neither are signed by the designer...They look like something Gloria or Gayle may have done but I'm not sure.
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