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Wooden Memories Plans WM 26 Reindeer

Does anyone have a full size set of Wooden Memories plan #WM26 eight different reindeer that they would like to sell or loan ? Also needing the full size sleigh plans too! I know they are discontinued, but I am hoping someone still has a set of them laying around. Thank you!
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I don't know if the link is still good but I found this online. http://www.scrollsaw.com/clyde_dale.htm
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I am in need of the full size for the reindeer and sleigh. Every website/brick and mortar no longer carries them.
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I am in need of the full size for the reindeer and sleigh. Every website/brick and mortar no longer carries them.
If you can't get the patterns you might find a local artist to sketch one on a piece of 1/4" plywood for you. If you have a film camera and a slide projector you could take a picture and put in on a slide and project it onto a piece of plywood and trace the outline. It wouldn't have to be a slide, the negative image would work. A bit harder, you could use a digital image and enlarge it to the size you need in photoshop and cut it into sections small enough to print and piece them together on your pattern. You might also find a printing company that has a large format printer that could print the entire thing. I bet that would be expensive though.
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I look for these patterns every year .. My mom and dad did these late 60s. sister got them and stored under a deck yup ruined
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