This project started out as a small favor to some of the best nieghbors a man could ever have. The man of the house died of cancer in Dec 2009, he and I had grown close, became good friends, he was truly one of the most generous people I had ever met. He had two small grandsons (under 5), he was 84 years old. The lady of the house asked me if I could take the broken pieces of an old armoire that belonged to Mr Byrns' mother. When I say broken pieces I mean broken pieces, and stored in unprotected enviroment for years. My original idea was to make mirrors or picture frames. Well I thought about it and I decided on memory boxes and a pen/pencil/marker/crayola holder for desk tops. Literally I pieced, cut, pieced and cut, until I got what I needed. Must say they came out pretty good. Mrs Helen moved about 100 miles away to live with in the vicinity of her grandsons, so I emailed her some pictures for approval. She must have been thrilled, because in reply she asked me to build something else. Building anything for her is not the issue, I will do it gladly. But I am afraid my skill level may be exceeded on this one. Mrs Helen wants me to build a box for Mr Byrns' ashes ( I am sure their is a formal name for it besides box). But anyhow she wants me to use the amoire wood. Her exact requirements were that it could be pieced together quilt like. Plain with no ornate decorations. Sized to the approximate size that in volume would match a normal shoe box. She also wants it to either be inleted, or embossed with the symbols Alpha and Omega. The wood portion I can handle, I have inventoried remaining material and I can get it done, with some very nice stuff. And it won't be pieced together. But where in the world can I get a template for Alpha and Omega. I know the Alpha is just a capital A with legs, but the Omega I can find no where. So I need some ideas. I know what an Omega looks like. But their is slim chance that I can free hand a router to suitable standard. Where can I get the templates?