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    Here's a pattern that was freely offered up on the artcam forum-- I had to do quite a bit of work to clean it up, but it seemed to come out quite nicely in the end. Hope you all enjoy it- please stop me if these patterns start getting too redundant or y'all think I should slow down. This really is a blast, and though it is getting easier with each pattern, I must admit that I still have the utmost respect for those out there making the patterns completely from scratch-- the learning curve is quite steep.

    Lawrence
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    "please stop me if these patterns start getting too redundant or y'all think I should slow down"

    Lawrence, Did you bump your head just as you were posting that ?? Never stop sharing those Great patterns.

    Thanks.........

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    "I need to pair down some of my hobbies. I don't have enough time for any of them "

    I'm with you there Doug, my day job is cuting into my fun time WAYYYY too much.

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    Keep them coming Lawrence, I did the same thing when I first got into Silo, it is a great way to learn and review how the patterns are created.

    Oh that one is very good, again thanks.
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    Yep.. there can never be too many patterns! Great job! I need to pair down some of my hobbies. I don't have enough time for any of them
    Doug Fletcher

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    Great pattern Lawrence ... I'm with Eddie - keep them coming.

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    Nice pattern. Thanks , Lawrence Capt Barry

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    Beautiful job Lawrence!! Thanks for all your hard work!
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    thanks all... I've gotten a request for the pattern without the lettering here it is.

    Again, thanks for all the words of encouragement and support-- I've learned from you all the last couple of years and am glad that I am able to give back a little.

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