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    Hi, I was wondering if anyone out there may have an extra copy of Scrollsaw workshop issue #3 summer 2001 or know where I might find one. Can anyone help me? Thanks Pat

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    Well Pat you sure came to the right place. this is SSW. and I am only a memmber. but I bet Bob D could help you find the # 3 cataloge or magazine.
    good luck my friend. and keep coming back. look to your left. and at the top. on back issues. your fried Evie


    • #3
      Looking for back issue

      Hi Evie, Thanks for your help. I'm new to this board and thought maybe I might be able to find it here. I've been scrolling for a couple of years. Just little things when I have some extra time. It's been fun to do. How would I find Bob D? Have a great week! Thanks again. Pat


      • #4
        Actually, we are sold out of that any of the other members here have an extra they would be interested in sharing?

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