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Magazine and Members
A place to introduce yourself and chat about things not necessarily relating to scroll saws or scrolling.
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3,775 27,278
Fox Chapel's Open House and Woodworking Show. www.wood-show.com
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39 517
Rolf
2016 Open House ???????
by Rolf
Post your questions for various Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts and Fox Chapel Publishing authors.
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295 2,200
Here you can discuss anything off topic or just plain chat!
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8,897 98,551
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Jokes (393/1,075)
A place to post achievement you are proud of: Magazine or Newspaper write ups, shameless self-promotion, etc. Please do not post scrolling projects here.
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204 2,802
wood-n-things
I have been invited...
Post any feedback you have on Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts magazine or Fox Chapel Publishing Books
Topics: 1,071 Posts: 11,266
Last Post: Top tip
1,071 11,266
Craftaddict
Top tip
Post announcements of upcoming shows or events.
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204 1,907
tgiro
Baltimore Wood Workers Show
by tgiro
Scroll Saw
Post your beginners scroll saw questions here.
Topics: 2,251 Posts: 22,688
Last Post: Which is better?
2,251 22,688
Ged333
Which is better?
by Ged333
Post your scroll saw projects that don't fit into any other category or general scroll saw questions here.
Topics: 5,864 Posts: 54,239
5,864 54,239
Post photos and descriptions of ongoing projects
Topics: 1,618 Posts: 18,418
1,618 18,418
A place to discuss the business side of scroll sawing, including selling patterns or selling scroll saw artwork.
Topics: 769 Posts: 9,185
769 9,185
A place to post completed puzzles and discuss puzzles and puzzle-making on a scroll saw
Topics: 2,117 Posts: 21,555
2,117 21,555
Post wooden toy project and scale model ideas and projects here.
Topics: 518 Posts: 6,270
518 6,270
mtwoodguy
My Red Neck 4 Wheeler
A place to post photos and questions about using different colors of wood to create an image.
Topics: 2,249 Posts: 33,246
2,249 33,246
KarlB
My latest Intarsia fix
by KarlB
A place to discuss three-dimensional scroll saw projects such as bowls, boxes, and compound-cut designs.
Topics: 1,751 Posts: 19,113
Last Post: Jesus on Cross
1,751 19,113
NC Scroller
Jesus on Cross
A place to post your fretwork, clock-making, and portrait projects and questions about fretwork, clock-making, and portraits.
Topics: 4,194 Posts: 42,834
Last Post: Bow Hunter
4,194 42,834
NC Scroller
Bow Hunter
A place to discuss your finishing techniques or products.
Topics: 1,058 Posts: 9,185
Last Post: Padauk wood
1,058 9,185
bbofpp
Padauk wood
by bbofpp
A place to discuss tools, blades, and other mechanical issues.
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3,893 34,837
Craftaddict
Led bulb availability
A place to discuss wood and other materials for scrolling.
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Last Post: Miniature Hinge
1,113 9,641
Hobbyhorse
Miniature Hinge
Post scrolling tips and ideas here. The best of the best may be used in the magazine.
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597 5,441
Max
Scroll Saw Handy Guides
by Max
Patterns
A place for designers to show off their new designs or patterns.
Topics: 234 Posts: 1,363
234 1,363
A place to request a scroll saw pattern from the resident designers.
Topics: 2,839 Posts: 14,853
Last Post: help with pattern
2,839 14,853
Don R
help with pattern
by Don R
A repository of free scroll saw patterns sorted by type.
Topics: 36 Posts: 126
36 126
wood-n-things
State Birds and flowers
Tutorials and methods on making scroll saw patterns.
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80 601
FAQ
Post your questions, suggestions and feedback on using the message board.
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506 3,368
harpone
Problems Using the Website
by harpone

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  • hotshot
    Rustic Experiment - From Old Barn To Box
    hotshot
    (A quick note, for those that follow the forum on SSV, I feel a little awkward for double posting to both forums, but I have many friends on both sides, and some don't cross over)

    Evidently, when they tear down an old barn, there are those that like that old weathered gray wood for picture...
    Today, 09:35 PM
  • wood-n-things
    FD Mike is still ticking...
    wood-n-things
    Mike now SD used to be FD called to let me know he is still kicking and his wife has him chained up in the basement to the scroll saw. Cracking a whip.

    he wanted to let you know he made several of these clocks and his wife loved them so much she suggested he make one for each grand child....
    Today, 08:12 PM
  • handibunny
    Before there were GIMP and SketchUp . . .
    handibunny
    there were round salad plates. Sometimes things can be really simple! This is going to be the top of a small table to show off a lovely brass tray that we rescued from a pile of stuff marked "free".

    And no, those are not my hands!...
    Today, 02:16 PM
  • Sandy Oaks
    Bow Hunter
    Sandy Oaks
    This pattern by Mark Weyers was purchased from Wooden Teddy Bear Company. It was cut from 10" x 12" 1/4" Baltic Birch plywood. A fairly easy pattern except for the straight lines. I used FD New Spiral #1 blades for most of the cuts and switched to FD UR #1 for the straight lines. ...
    Today, 01:43 PM
  • Rolf
    Berry basket Designs
    Rolf
    For those of you that are fans of the Berry basket designs by Rick and Karen Longabaugh they were bought by a father and son team. I just found them on e-bay look up Woodbarn 3000.
    And of course Fox Chapel has several books from them also.
    Today, 10:47 AM

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