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    Default How to Make a Weave Pattern

    I made this video to show how you can make a weave pattern and use it in a project.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0j...it?usp=sharing
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    That was very interesting now have to get the 3D program and work at it thank you for the video
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    Steve, that was a good video in detail of each step. I will store that video for further use.

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    Steve,

    Excellent job on making the tutorial. I have been having some problems trying to make another type weave and I think you answered all my questions.
    Thank you
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    Very informative, thanks for making it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henry1 View Post
    That was very interesting now have to get the 3D program and work at it thank you for the video
    Copy Offset and Path Offset are in the 2D tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bergerud View Post
    Copy Offset and Path Offset are in the 2D tools.
    Dam now I have to get the 2 of them $$$$$$$$$$$
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    Nicely done Steve
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    Great job Steve. I hope this is just the beginning of your tutorials.

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    Nicely Done, Steve. Thank you !

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