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Recent Forum Topics

Think about it! 2

Bragging Rights Today, 02:34 PM
This one is similar to the other pattern from Gayle @ The scrollers cafe. Roly   People seem to like these at work might do a table full of saying and phases next show. Roly. 
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Desk Name plate

Bragging Rights Today, 01:12 PM
Definitely not worth bragging about, but new to me.  I asked for a desk name plate on the forum and Roly came up with this pattern.  Thanks Roly.  I used Poplar.  It measures 3/4" x 1 3/4" x 10 1/2".  Comments welcome.
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Seashell Keepsake Box

Bragging Rights Today, 01:08 PM
This box was designed by Diana Thompson and found in CWWC June 2011.  It is made from Red Oak.  Diana used Pink Dogwood, but I did not have any on hand.  I used FD Polar #3 and #5 blades.  It measures 1 1/4" x 5' x 5 1/2".  There is one coat of 50% BLO and two coats of sp...
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Steamer Sign

Bragging Rights Today, 12:30 PM
My twins will be graduating from high school this Sunday, also the baseball team won back to back regional championships, so I was inspired to make this sign, we are called the Fulton Steamers, it is on the banks of the mighty Mississippi river, made from 1x4 pine, I used 1/4" luan for black stuf...
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This guy copied my normal morning exercise routine

Coffee House Today, 12:27 PM
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Recent Gallery Comments

  • bottle stoppers

    MTCowpoke22 writes:

    Nice Turning.

  • Winterscene 6

    loskoppie writes: Gee wizz as newbie you have been working hard. Looks lovely keep up the work and welcome to a lovly craft.

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    MTCowpoke22 writes:

    That's very cool. Big BC fan from the states. I went to college with Travis Lulay!

  • Father Christmas & reindeer

    merlin writes:

    I really like the fairies and santa's sleigh are they your patterns, or where can I find them please.

    Nice cutting by the way.  Merlin

  • 20160417 095308

    Falcon writes:

    Beautiful! Who's pattern is it? found it steve good

  • Asleep At The Wheel

    amazingkevin writes:

    Your scrolling skills are over qualified!

  • Couple Clock

    amazingkevin writes:

    Cute as can be!

  • Rose Horseshoe

    amazingkevin writes:

    I missed seeing this some how ,very nice for a jewelery box ,maybe!

  • Wedding Initials

    amazingkevin writes:

    Well done !Perfect job!

  • Chi

    Greenie writes:

    WOW!!!! that's all I can say. Beautiful work

Recent Blog Entries

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    Next Videos & New Work Bench

    Travis - Feb 09, 2016 05:04 PM

    My last set of videos seemed to be received pretty well. I think next weekend I’m going to work on another video. This one will be a jigsaw puzzle tutorial. I have a couple of new techniques that work well for me that I havne’t seen anywhere else. So I think it will be helpful for those who want to cut jigsaw puzzles. I’m going to get all of the video shot, then spend the next week or so e...

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    New Videos for 2016

    Travis - Jan 28, 2016 08:54 PM

    I mentioned in this post that one of my new year’s resolutions is to make more videos. My goal is to help new and seasoned scrollers alike explore this great hobby. I hope to share some ideas that may inspire your next project. Maybe highlight some resources and tools to expand your scrolling adventures. Make some fun projects. And, for those who want to get into the weeds, I want to show...

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    New Band Saw

    Travis - Oct 23, 2015 05:39 PM

    I just got a new bandsaw! Here's an unboxing of the 14" Grizzly G0555LANV bandsaw. I'm did something a little different in this video and shot it Vlog style (video blogging). This video is the unboxing of my new bandsaw. I don't show how it is assembled, but I do add updates along the way. Needless to say, I'm thrilled with my new shop addition. Now I can resaw my own lumber for scrollwor...

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    Making A Coat Rack

    Travis - Jul 23, 2015 06:57 PM

    So I'm messing around with a new YouTube channel where I show my process of making stuff. Most of it will revolve around woodworking, art, craft, and other geeky things. It should be a lot of fun. If you're a YouTube user, I'd love to have you as a subscriber. I have a few ways you can follow me and my new channel.WebsiteYouTubeFacebookInstagramPinterestI have a few videos now and hope to c...

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    Unburied by scroll saw

    kkrunde - Jul 22, 2015 11:09 PM

    We had to quickly clean out our storage unit in the spring and sadly the only place to put the stuff was around all my equipment. But we donated most of the stuff in the last few weeks, so I can finally get to the scroll saw. I want to make a cabin with some trees, but haven't decided yet how I want to go about it. I saw this neat idea to use old, worn boards, cut out the shapes, and then pa...

  • grosa's Photo
    Cigar factory furniture part 12

    grosa - Jun 23, 2015 12:11 AM

    Back to the hall table. Picture 1, 2, 3, shows the pedestal after I pulled off all the tape. At this point it has been stained and 2 coats of pre cat lacquer have been sprayed and sanded. Picture 4, 5, I pre fit the overlay and make marks at the bottom for alignment. Picture 6,7, I use 1/4" MDF on both sides to protect the wood from the clamps. I am only applying the overlay on one side at a ti...

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