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    I recently saw an article in a woodworking magazine (I don't remember the name). The article concerned making a picture frame and it had an intarsia stork standing on the left side of the frame. I went back to purchase the magazine the next day and it had been pulled from the shelves for "newer issues". I would like to have someone tell me the name of the magazine and issue information so I can hopefully purchase that back issue. I am guessing it was published sometime in the previous 3 to 4 months. Can anyone help me, Please?

  • #2
    I think it's this issue

    Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue 46 Spring 2012

    It's the one with the wood lock and chain on the cover page. if you go to "back issues" and find issue 46. The index lists the stork frame.


    • #3
      Thanks for your help Dotty.
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