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  • Hi, new here...

    My name is Cassandra, my husband Dave is the woodworker. I was searching online to find him a place where we could ask scroll saw questions...We look forward to chattin' with you all.

    Take care,

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    Welcome Dave & Cassandra,

    I'm sure you will find this bunch a good group of people, with much knowledge concerning our Art/trade/hobby....



    • #3
      Hello back

      Welcome Cassandra & Dave. You sure will find it's a good place for getting answers. People sure are helpful. Teresa.
      Cheers. Teresa .


      • #4
        Welcome aboard, I know you'll find this forum to be your first choice when you need advice or answers. My gains are due to these great folks and I think you'll quickly see the same. Enjoy!

        Hawk G4, Dremel 1800

        Quando Omni Flunkus Moritati


        • #5
          Cassandra and Dave:

          Welcome, I hope you enjoy your visits.

          Don't forget we have a place on this site call 'Scroller Galleries' where you can show off you projects. Look on the left side of the screen. Let us see a few of your projects.



          • #6
            Welcome to our forum Cassandra / Dave.

            Please take a moment to tell us more about yourselves, your scrolling, and feel free to post questions and talk with us.


            • #7
              Hey guys, welcome!

              Let me know if I can help in any way!

              Bob Duncan
              Scroll Saw Workshop


              • #8
                Hi Cassandra and Dave! Welcome to the forum!! I look forward to getting to know what projects ya'll are making and hopefully seeing some pictures in the gallery. Lots of talented and really helpful folks in this forum, so don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions!!

                Sue Chrestensen


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