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Coffee House Today, 04:20 PM
I have discovered some information that I can't determine if it is good or bad.  I'm sure that Rob Roy will have something to say.  I always thought that I was English on my Mother's side of the family.  Recently I found some info that indicates that my 3greatgrandmother may be Sco...
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Coffee House Today, 02:13 PM
Sorry no pics on this post. The info here is probably only relevant to those in the US.   I entered our master bath last week flipped the switch and nothing. The circuit also has a light in the shower and that was fine. The fixture is a 4 bulb - 4 foot fluorescent, with T-8 bulbs. It wasn't...
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North East SSV Wood Show Gathering.

General Scroll Sawing Today, 04:46 AM
This idea germinated from Dick and his invite for people to meet. Since we all cannot make it to Oregon I thought maybe some might want to meet at an annual wood show in New York. The wood show in Saratoga Springs is on March 28 and 29 Maybe we could meet some of our fellow scroller at this wood...
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Saying Hi!

Introductions Today, 03:46 AM
Hi, all.   I just found your site and would like to introduce myself. I'm a native Minnesotan retired and living in Tucson, Az. I'm 64 and am starting back into scrolling after nearly 15 years. I also work in stained glass and am trying to learn to carve. I retired at 57 and moved to Panama...
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Shop Wall

Coffee House Today, 02:26 AM
I decided to take to the task of enclosing my basement shop. I am using one existing wall and will build 3 walls. I plan to do this in 3 phases. I'm happy to say phase 1 is complete...one wall is up. I built the frame (measure twice, cut once worked well), a 7' by 14' wall. I hung the drywall, mu...
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Recent Blog Entries

  • grosa's Photo
    The making of a 30" fret wolf head

    grosa - Jan 18, 2015 01:46 PM

    Hello guys,On my posts I show large scale work and I mention templates to cut cutting templates to cut on a pin router. I realize some of you might not know what all that means so, I decided to do this blog to show you what has to happen to create a large scale wall art. It would be nice to just cut it out on the scroll saw but I am limited to 26" on my RBI. You all know what that's like. So I...

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    One day life will be easy and I will have no idea what to do LOL

    kkrunde - Jan 15, 2015 10:31 PM

    Hubby hasn't been doing well, so all my attention has gone to him. My scroll saw looks so lonely. I want to make a name plaque in the next few days to give to Hubby's dialysis Social Worker who is leaving the home-hemo patients :( She has a son with an uncommon name, Parke, so I want him to have something with his name on it Hubby had an extensive doctor's appointment yesterday, a spinal t...

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    kkrunde - Jan 04, 2015 04:18 PM

    I was diagnosed with pneumonia the Monday before Christmas and I'm finally starting to feel better! I haven't touched the scroll saw in weeks, but I'm hoping to try my hand at designing a pattern from a picture. I have been watching the videos from here and they are very helpful. Need to do some catching up on chores and things, before I can get back to scrolling. Just glad I'm feeling better!

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    Wooden Toy Train

    whirldworks - Dec 16, 2014 02:59 PM

    I had to put my newfound scrolling excitement aside for the month as I became busy building a toy train for my son for Christmas. It isn't exactly a scrolling project, but I did utilize my scroll saw as much as possible for cutting and shaping the smaller pieces. The engine is finished and the cars are almost done! A family friend gave us a box of Thomas the Train and Brio tracks so thankfully...

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    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.

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