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I, like most carvers and wood-burners am in need of free download-able intermediate patterns. Not the childish type or crafty style. I just can't afford to buy pattern magazines or books to get one or so patterns at a time.

Maybe I am asking for to much but I would be willing to share them with other wood workers.

Thank you in advance for any suggestions.
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You could try and do a Google search for scrollsaw patterns or even search for vector patterns there are more than a few that are freely available, but if you have something specific that you want, a good place to go to might be a Tatoo parlour and ask what one of the people there would charge for a drawing of your choice instead of `buying the whole cow just for a bottle of milk` so to speak as is the case with pattern books.
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I, like most carvers and wood-burners am in need of free download-able intermediate patterns. Not the childish type or crafty style. I just can't afford to buy pattern magazines or books to get one or so patterns at a time.

Maybe I am asking for to much but I would be willing to share them with other wood workers.

Thank you in advance for any suggestions.

Hi Richard. What kind of patterns do you need? I have 100,000.What do you mean by intermediate? You can also check the web site below. They have free monthly patterns you can get if you sign up.

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You could try and do a Google search for scrollsaw patterns or even search for vector patterns there are more than a few that are freely available, but if you have something specific that you want, a good place to go to might be a Tatoo parlour and ask what one of the people there would charge for a drawing of your choice instead of `buying the whole cow just for a bottle of milk` so to speak as is the case with pattern books.
Thank you Jurgis I like the idea of the tattoo parlor idea.

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Hi Richard. What kind of patterns do you need? I have 100,000.What do you mean by intermediate? You can also check the web site below. They have free monthly patterns you can get if you sign up.

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Welcome to Dover Publications! Since 1941, we've offered great books at amazing prices, including over 600 titles that sell for less than $2.00! With over 8,000 value-priced titles we have books for almost every interest. Dover collections include fu
Thanks Gary for the web site. By intermediate I mean patterns with a challenge or more detail than the simple beginner type or craft style.
It is so nice of you to share info like this.

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Hi Richard,

Yes those books can be pricey. I bough some books on ebay and amazon that were used. You can get some good deals, the books that I got were in 'like new' condition for 1/4 the cost of new books (including shipping).

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