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Recent Forum Topics

A truck for a friend

Pattern Requests Yesterday, 11:49 PM
Would anyone care to try and pattern this truck? It's a friends vehicle and I think he loves it more than his children. THank you all in advance! Such a wonderful group here!
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Sitting Bull

New Pattern Announcements Yesterday, 10:56 PM
I finally finished this one, it took awhile to get the eyes to come out ok, hope you can use it.
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My first picture

Bragging Rights Yesterday, 06:02 PM
This my first attempt at a picture. It is a Clayton Baker pattern. Cut from 1/4" BB plywood an inlayed with polymer. I think I'll make a clock out of it and give it to my brother for Christmas.
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Off to see a Kings game!

Coffee House Yesterday, 05:10 PM
Or company Christmas gift is a trip to Staples Center to watch the L.A. Kings battle the Phoenix Cyotes. Being picked up by limo in about an hour. Having lunch then the game and not having to drive, should be a fun day! BTW. For those that don't know, this is a Hocky game!
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Biscuits and Gravy Today!!

Coffee House Yesterday, 03:02 PM
Fresh and hot buttermilk biscuits with gravy for brunch today. I have gravy with no meat, gravy with sausage, and gravy with sausage and a touch of cayenne peppers to welcome the day. Tea, coffee, and juice as usual.    Ike, I made some extras for you to take home. These are much better...
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Recent Gallery Comments

  • Nativity

    Bendita writes:

    You do great work congratulations on another nice piece


  • P1070578

    Craig R writes: Nicely done a lot of fragile cuts


  • trappers cabin

    LarryEA writes:

    That is the epotme of a trappers cabin. The icycles enhance it.

    I see humor in a scroller in Mexico doing snow scenes.


  • what I Did In june

    Bendita writes:

    Ok you tempted me long enough I started on the large one today lets see how long it takes me now.


  • Victorian fret work

    grosa writes:

    Thank you Craig.


  • Victorian fret work

    Craig R writes: Those are beautiful, job well done.


  • Double Happiness

    Fish writes:

    Beautiful work!


  • IMG 20141003 114412 681

    kdr1 writes:

    Nice work Jason.  I love the spooky effect of this Halloween sign. Is this your own design? Please contact me ASAP at kdr735@gmail.com. Thanks!


  • Koa jewelry box

    WoodBarter writes:

    This is really beautiful and creative. I love the way you oriented the grain well done. 


  • trivet

    spirithorse writes:

    Beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing and God Bless! Spirithorse



Recent Blog Entries

  • whirldworks's Photo
    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...

  • 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 !



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