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craft sale

General Scroll Sawing Today, 09:02 AM
had a good sale at the retirement/rest home yesterday sol $261 . They liked the lighted nativity scenes 
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craft sale

General Scroll Sawing Today, 09:02 AM
had a good sale at the retirement/rest home yesterday sol $261 . They liked the lighted nativity scenes  Don't know why there is 2 posts
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Hello everyone.

Introductions Today, 06:02 AM
Hello everyone I am new to this site. I have been creating custom woodworking projects for 30+ years. I do a lot of large scale scroll saw projects as well as small scale. I am a professional woodworker. I live in Brandon FL. and work for a company called S+L Millworks We are a hi end woodworking...
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Brekfast time everyone

Coffee House Today, 04:41 AM
Good morning everyone, full Scottish breakfast this morning. I thought it was about high time I made breakfast. Sausage, smoked bacon, eggs(anyway you want them), haggis, fried dumpling, black pudding and beans. Coffee, espresso, espresso intensolungo, cappuccino, chai tea latte, (for Marg),tea w...
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A few new ones

New Pattern Announcements Yesterday, 09:07 PM
Well, most of you I'm sure don't listen to Ozzy anymore but he looked a lot better when he was younger than he does now. He was just fun to try. As far as John Lennon,  I'm not sure it came out ok, any input is appreciated. Hope someone can use them. 
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Recent Gallery Comments

  • bell tower clock

    dsmith6171 writes:

    waiting on pattern cant wait to get started. any pointers would be gratefully appreciated.you done an awesome job

  • Cades Cove Mill

    Scrappile writes:

    That is a wonderful job on that pattern.  I love the scene.  Some how I missed that pattern when looking at Charles' patterns.

  • Wolf

    spirithorse writes:

    That is one of the best wolf patterns I have ever seen and you did an incredible job of cutting it.

    Thanks for showing your project and God Bless! Spirithorse

  • peac

    wombatie writes:

    I think this is my favorite out of all the things that you have done.  Very elegant.   Marg

  • Cades Cove Mill

    wombatie writes:

    Now that is my type of pattern.  You did an amazing job.   Marg

  • Cades Cove Mill

    danny writes:



    LarryEA writes:

    THe scrolling and colors are outstanding.

  • Fan

    amazingkevin writes:

    Precious!Madam butterfly would have loved this one!

  • small bowl

    amazingkevin writes:

    Sincere dedication for ultimate fret work,good one Hans!

  • Minature cabin pics

    kkrunde writes: Wow....loves those cabins! It's my dream to one day have a little log cabin in the middle of the woods.

Recent Blog Entries

  • whirldworks's Photo
    First Scrolling Production

    whirldworks - Nov 11, 2014 03:47 PM

    As with most hobbies of mine, it can be difficult to find enough time to satisfy them. Scrolling has long been an interest of mine and with my recent purchase of a used saw I was able to carve out some time this past weekend to practice on some practice patterns I downloaded. Once I got through some of the straight and curved lines, the tree pattern was begging me to release it from the wood.....

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    Layered Cuttings

    Travis - Sep 16, 2014 06:47 PM

    Here is a great example of layered work. These amazing pieces are created by Martin Tomsky. Granted, these are cut with lasers, but it can easily be done with a scroll saw. Building layers to make a dimensional work of art with a ton of interesting shapes. I find this amazing, elevating it from craft to art.You can find Martin's website here.

  • LarryEA's Photo
    Herkermer Diamonds on my wife Susan's birthday

    LarryEA - Sep 15, 2014 01:31 AM

    It's Susan's birthday, my wife of course and her wish today is to visit our friends in the Catskills. The Catskills as in the Catskill Mountains, as in Washington Irving, Rip Van Winkle and Sleepy Hollow.The Catskills are also home to many summer resorts, one of which is 1/2 mile from our friends home.Baumann's Brookside Resort. Susan want's to show her latest quilts to Marie. So I decide to ta...

  • Travis's Photo
    Paper Cuttings of Maude White

    Travis - Aug 13, 2014 03:37 PM

    Scherenschnitte is the art of papercutting which is very similar to scroll sawing. Here are some paper cuttings by Maude White from Buffalo, NY. Not only are they amazingly intricate and delicate, but I also love the way she incorporates pattern, detail, and unexpected motifs. It certainly is inspiring and could spark some ideas in our own designs. You can find a article on Colossal and fin...

  • Bileo4's Photo
    Help needed to find manual/parts for my scroll saw

    Bileo4 - Aug 11, 2014 01:43 PM

    Hello, I recently was given a 18" scroll saw from a friend. It is a Bench Pro,SSW18;I've looked every where and ask all my local friends,no one has heard of it. Can anyone help me , I would like to have a manual so that I can reference problems and help me with any minor repairs. I don't even know how makes this saw. Please HELP !

  • Rabbit5455's Photo
    2014 Canam

    Rabbit5455 - Jul 26, 2014 11:44 AM

    I am looking for a pattern of an ATV, preferably a recent model of an Outlander. I used inkscape to get start the pattern, how do I continue from here? I have attached the original picture and the inkscape pattern. If anyone could assist me it would be appreciated Attached thumbnail(s)

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