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iso little girl on swing

Posted by ladysox (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 23, 09 at 1:09

Hello everyone. Wondering if anyone else might have seen this? While driving along one day I saw on someone's front porch two wonderful little friends. Decorative painted children sitting on a swing. The little swing hung from small rope, the face and bodies were flat then the legs were made of like 1x2 so it sat on the swing then another piece hung down to make them realistic looking. "She" had pigtails and I think "He" had a little hat on. Hope I am explaining this right. They were the cutest thing and I've searched hours looking for a pattern. Thanks in advance!

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RE: iso little girl on swing

Hi ladysox...If I'm thinking of the same ones...I have seen those and they are cute. I seem to remember a possible pattern in one of my woodworking catalogs. I'll see if I can find it and hopefully someone else here knows too. ~Anj

found em....maybe

Ok, I found the ones I was thinking of in my Winfield Collection catalog and I will post a link for you. Just type in "swingers" in the search box. Hope that's what you were looking for. If not, they have a bunch of cute ones that may work for you. =D ~Anj

Here is a link that might be useful: The Winfield Collection

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