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    Hi everybody, just wanted to thank you for letting me join. Hope I can bring something of benifit to the group as I can see the group has a lot to offer. I have a wife, step son, step daughter, two grand daughters and a grand son. I have been scrolling for almost 15 years using patterns created by others. I want to start developing my own patterns. I don't have much artistc skill but tend to pay a lot of attention to detail and don't give up easily. I am using a Hegner Multimax 22v saw. Anyway thanks again.

    Mountain_valley_ scroller

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    Welcome, there is alot of info. here on doung you own patterns. I have learned alot here. No matter how long you have been scrolling there is always new trick to learn andto share.
    Keep on scrolling


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      Mountain_valley_ scroller:


      With you background, I hope you will jump in to help out the others. With your background you should have a lot to offer in the way of advise.



      • #4
        Welcome Mountain valley scroller!

        I look forward to your contributions to our forum. Please remember to add some of your work to our Gallery.


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          I take a weekend off...and look what happens <grin>


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