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BLESS THIS HOME

Bragging Rights Yesterday, 10:16 PM
1/4" ON 1/4" 3PLY PLYWOOD CUT WITH A SCROLL REVERSE #3, 15" X 5.5" io DID OTHERS TODAY BUT FORGOT TO TAKE PICTURES.Speed wobble,lol
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ying yang

General Scroll Sawing Yesterday, 09:03 PM
this is not something I am putting on here to show any skills because it does not take any to do this. My granddaughter ask me to make this for her when she was visiting here this weekend  So I hammered it out for her. Just wanted to let you know I am not sitting around and doing nothing in...
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Birthday Kepy

Coffee House Yesterday, 07:46 PM
Happy Birthday to you Bob, Wishing you a great day with friends and Family, All the best Bob       
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Understanding How to Cut Patterns

Pattern Making Yesterday, 07:15 PM
I am sure most of you can look at a pattern and see immediatly how it should be cut out, but I can't. (Too many wild nights as a young person no doubt.) Now that's not to say that I never see it but sometimes I get confused. I guess it's deciding what should be cut out and what should be left....
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Wedding plaque

Bragging Rights Yesterday, 05:23 PM
My son was married to Emma on Saturday and I cut this for them, 6mm (1/4") oak faced ply 250 x 200 (10" x 8"), finished with Danish oil and has a black card backer. Pattern by mahendra, I just added the names and date. happy scrolling Steve
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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)

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    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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    New Portrait Project

    rbarfield - Mar 17, 2014 02:59 AM

    This is a new portrait pattern that I'll start cutting out today 11/16/13. Just thought you might be interested in seeing what my patterns look like. I'm hoping I'll be able to update this Blog as the work progresses. The pattern is 17x15 1/2, and was created using Picasa. The hair lost resolution after I cropped, and zoomed in. I used a pencil to draw in the hair, and that just gives me a gene...

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    Shop Lights

    Travis - Feb 04, 2014 05:22 AM

    Finally able to put up a couple of shop lights.  I've been using only 2 CFL lights and a light stand to see what I'm doing. I hate spending money on stuff like this when I can be buying tools. But it makes such a huge difference. I need at least 2 more.  Perhaps even 4 more. It sure is nice not having to do woodworking by Braille.

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