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  • Hi from Nova Scotia

    i've been lurking for some time so i thought it would be time to actually drop by and say hello. i've been scrolling on and off for the last 3 years or so.

  • #2
    Welcome aboard Fellow Canadian.
    Scrolling is an awesome hobby as I am sure you know.
    There is great advice on here and it is a great place to start friendships and have them grow along with your scrolling skills.

    Have fun
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
    "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

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    • #3
      NovaScroller:

      Welcome. I hope you enjoy your visits.

      By the Way: I cannot get my tongue around the phrase:
      "Nova Scotia's Novascroller"
      Three times quickly without making a mistake. Maybe too much sawdust, or something.

      Your handle will easy to remember.

      enjoy your scrolling.

      Phil

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      • #4
        Welcome to the web's finest support group for the scrolling addict. Fortunately, everyone here encourages the addiction....LOL. Hope you enjoy our group!!
        If it don't fit, don't force it....get a bigger hammer!!

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        • #5
          HHHHHHHowdy !!! I'm so proud ta meat ya !

          Welcome to our fun group -- this group is as addicting as the sawing -honest injine this red neck wouldnt lye - lol yes i miss smelled it on papoose .. -- hope you have as much fun here as I do .. welcome from Texas -

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          • #6
            Welcome aboard. As you can see, this is a good group and you can generally find the answers to any of your questions about scrolling (and anything else) that you would care to ask. Some of us have more time on our hands than others and you will generally find us here. Makes one wonder when we actually saw anything. I have noticed a preponderance of members from Canada and Texas (at least from those I see posting). Must be caused by the weather or the fact that some of us live in the "boonies". By the way, you will be a "junior member" until you post 487,000 messages (or become a "moderator").
            Old Mooner

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            • #7
              Just think Moon...only 486,994 posts to go!!!
              If it don't fit, don't force it....get a bigger hammer!!

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              • #8
                Hi. I'm from Nova Scotia as well

                I have been scrolling for a couple of years as a hobby and am always looking for new patterns to try. I mostly scroll in pine or mahogany as they are available to me. I have tried plexiglass and was happy with the results, but prefer to use wood. I mostly make things for gifts, especially Christmas ornaments. This year I am planning to make snowflakes to put on gifts as decorations.

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                • #9
                  Welcome, Casey!!
                  You're in the right place.
                  Welcome to the family. I'm looking foreward to "hearing" more from you.
                  Sandy

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                  • #10
                    Welcome to you too, Novascroller!
                    This should'a been the first message - but I got them backwards.
                    What sorts of things have you scrolled? What'cha got planned?
                    Again, Welcome.
                    Sandy

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                    • #11
                      hi casey welcome what part are you from I'm from amherst and goin home for a visit on the 18th so have fun here great guys to deal with.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jimp
                        hi casey welcome what part are you from I'm from amherst and goin home for a visit on the 18th so have fun here great guys to deal with.
                        originally i'm from bridgewater but for the last 10 years i've been in the halifax area. i'm currently living in lower sackville.

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