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English Cutter Cheerful 1804

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Chuck, do you have a tutorial on how you make flags, what material etc.?  They always look so light and natural.

Great work as always!

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Yes ....I believe I detailed the method in my Cheerful build log.



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Thanks Chuck, sorry I just didn't go back far enough.


Here's the link to the page in the Cheerful build for anyone else who needs it, to make it easy. :)

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