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    Hi! My name is Theresa - I live in northern lower Michigan. I started cutting with a band saw about 15 years ago, but found it just wouldn't cut what I needed it to (and the broken blades were a pain to get my husband to replace!) So about 6 years ago I bought a scroll saw. Actually - it was my second SS - the first one rattled so much when I used it that it turned into a dust catcher!
    I sell at craft shows, and use the saw mostly to cut ornaments that I then paint. I started designing my own fretwork ornaments and other items and love working with the native hardwoods. I've tried segmentation, but for me to turn around and sell the items it was too time consuming for the price I was getting.
    oh - and I am a forester too!!
    Theresa
    Theresa

    http://WoodNGoods.weebly.com

    http://woodngoods.blogspot.com

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