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Welcome to Scroll Saw Village, a new community dedicated to the promotion of the scrolling arts. Here you’ll find an active and friendly community of scroll saw enthusiasts freely sharing ideas, techniques, patterns and their latest works! Pull up a chair, pour yourself a cup of coffee, jump in and make a few friends.


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Recent Forum Topics

texas pride

Bragging Rights Today, 04:48 PM
made this today
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down loading pics from email

General Scroll Sawing Today, 03:11 PM
my question is this , when a pic starts out at 300 dpi , from a sender, then transferd to a smart phone, then sent to me , it is 96 dpi ? what can i do to keep the pic at 300 dpi, so i can send it to the pattern makers on this site and other sites as well. and also via email?
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couple more

Bragging Rights Today, 01:32 PM
more free bee's for the Publix girls I can do that because they can't(scroll)
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sad news

General Scroll Sawing Today, 12:53 PM
hi. creative woodworking and crafts mag stopped there mag .Sheila landry posted all about this on  lumber jocks site and on steve goods site
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The Reason I got My "Brand"

General Scroll Sawing Today, 10:16 AM
I know alot of you have stated that I need more contact info on the brand....well.....that would of cost a whole lot more for a "custom" stamp.....so I opted for a general brand.....and the reason is this.....Boys....all of my work is done mostly by word of mouth and I know ALL of my clients, and...
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Recent Gallery Comments

  • Angel

    spirithorse writes:

    Nice cutting!
    Thanks for sharing and God Bless! Spirithorse


  • Angel

    amazingkevin writes:

    very very beautiful well done


  • HPIM2816

    amazingkevin writes:

    yes very delicate !Well done!


  • 1940 Ford Sedan

    amazingkevin writes:

    very well done!


  • Rose Cross

    amazingkevin writes:

    nicely done rare project


  • Liberty And Security

    amazingkevin writes:

    This is hot,super scrolling control here,!



Recent Blog Entries

  • 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.  Yo...

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    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 !

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    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)

  • Travis's Photo
    An Unworkable Mess

    Travis - May 19, 2014 07:24 PM

    My workshop is an unworkable mess. We're getting a new central air conditioning unit put into our house. On the other side of this wall is where the unit will be and the workers need to be able to put in the coolant lines. So I spent the weekend dismantling a workbench and a bunch of cabinets and other storage and moved it to the other side of the garage. While I'm pretty excited about the new...

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    Side Table Project

    Travis - May 08, 2014 05:32 PM

    A neighbor knew I like to work in the shop and came over to chat.  Apparently, he has a few pieces of oak in his garage that he doesn't want anymore.  He asked me if I want it.  We all know the answer to that! I got a few 1x6 and 1 1x8.  I was trying to think what I could make out of it.  I need a new sidetable for my sofa.  So I thoug...

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    Hurt My Wallet

    Travis - Apr 30, 2014 08:39 PM

    Look at what I found near my office! Yah, this is gunna hurt my wallet. There's a Woodcraft and Rockler within driving distance too that I'll have to check out. They take about 40 min to get to.

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