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Old 02-07-2007, 07:53 PM   #1
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Smile Full size golden retriever scroll pattern

Howdy ya all:

Got started in Scroll sawing thanks to my wife who said after looking in a pattern book - why don't you try and cut out that? I had a small jig saw and almost stopped there but then went to a local hardware store and got a Delta unit and have since graduated to a DeWalt unit - I just finished one of Jeff's smaller version of the cougar and am waiting for more 1/8" wood to do the big one - now that I've gotten that far, would like to find a full size, if there is one out there, a golden Retriever pattern, Why? I have 3 of them at home - Pickles, Giggles and Mollie - would appreciate any help anyone can provide for such a pattern - have seen head shots but would like the full size animal [pattern, of course]. You all have a super day.

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Old 02-07-2007, 08:35 PM   #2
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R K, I do not have a pattern for you but welcome to the family. You found the best group of scrollers and just good people around. Hope you stop in often. Steve
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Hi Tetermax
Welcome to our great group. I'm sure there are patterns out there for retrievers. I am into dragons but I'm sure someone else knows.
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Hi Tetermax,
I will keep my eyes out for a pattern for you. I had one of those smart beautiful dogs until a short time ago. She started getting seizures which got progressively worse & more frequent & she would be blind for a while afterwords & we made the decision to end her suffering. But oh what a dog when she was healthy!
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if your up for intarsia, go here..... http://www.kathywise.com/intarsiadogspg2.html numbers 102 and 103 and http://www.kathywise.com/intarsiapuppiespg1.html number 210 and 229 . as for fretwork, im not sure Ive seen any. Dale
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Welcome to the group! I'm sure you'll enjoy it!

If you send me a pic of one of your dogs, maybe I can make it into a pattern for you. My brother has a plotter and printing the pattern would be a cinch.
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Just curious as to what you consider a full size pattern to be. A golden can get up to 100 lbs or more and that's a pretty big dog...so is full size a 24"x36" dog?
That sure would be ambitious!
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Welcome Tetermax. I can add a golden retriever named Summer to your group. My brother owns her and are you ready for this, sent me pictures of her swimming with a doggie life jacket on her and two long ropes so a person on each side of the pool could hold onto her. Now I thought all dogs knew how to swim, especially retrievers? Anyway, you'll find we're a mixed bunch in here!

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Just curious as to what you consider a full size pattern to be. A golden can get up to 100 lbs or more and that's a pretty big dog...so is full size a 24"x36" dog?
That sure would be ambitious!
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It would be something that could fit on say a 11x14" piece of paper - I'm about to do that size now with the cougar - appreciate any help - thanks for the reply.

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Welcome to the group! I'm sure you'll enjoy it!

If you send me a pic of one of your dogs, maybe I can make it into a pattern for you. My brother has a plotter and printing the pattern would be a cinch.
Hi Mia:

Would be happy to - I'm getting ready to do a cougar on a 11x14 piece of paper - 4 layers of 1/8" thick so that would be wonderful and let me know costs etc - have a super day.

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