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Old 01-30-2010, 02:43 PM   #1
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Hi everyone. I am wanting to get started in scroll sawing. My dad has one and he makes really neat projects with it. I want ot get started soon so i can start selling. I have 4 kids mouths to feed and any extra money would help. Was wondering if anyone had any info on how to get college patterns and how ot get the ok to sell them. I live by knoxville,tn and the people down here love their vols and everybody else loves the sec schools. Thank you
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I suspect you would need to get the permission from the schools if you intend to sell their logos.
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Check the copy right laws.I did have a U-Conn clock that I made and some body saw it ,and I was informed not to sell any or the pattern
Sorry. be careful .
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Very few people make a living do scroll work so don't count on supplementing your income right from the get go. It takes time (several years in some cases) to become proficient and to build a name for yourself and your work.

Be careful with college logos they are copyrighted.
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