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    Hi everyone! I just wanted to stop in and say hello. I don't get much time to actually talk to scrollers. I guess this is my opportunity. I have been scrolling for about 15 years and designing for 12 years. If you've done a lot of scrolling, you've probably sawn one of my patterns.

    I'm just checking to see what different things you might like to saw in the future and what you really enjoy doing.

    I look forward to talking to you all. Although, I can't promise I'll be here too often. My saw gets lonely.
    Scrollwoman

    Happy Scrolling

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    Welcome to our group scrollwoman -- we are a bunch of very nice people here - the nicest on the internet ANYWHERE - and we will be happy to offer any help on suggestions you may want..

    Sharon

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    • #3
      Welcome. I don't get as much time on the scroll saw as I'd like, but every minute on it is the best.

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      Chuck...
      Chuck...
      DeWalt 788

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      • #4
        Welcome! Hope you post more often - I know I like to "hear" from others' experiences.
        I have been doing some designing myself - what kind of things have you designed?? Can you give us a hint of your work??
        Theresa
        Theresa

        http://WoodNGoods.weebly.com

        http://woodngoods.blogspot.com

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        • #5
          Welcome Scrollwoman.
          I'd bet I may have seen you in Richland Center a few weeks ago! I bought patterns from one of the Wisconsin-based vendors!
          Fred


          There's a fine line between woodworking and insanity, I'm just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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          • #6
            things I've designed

            Nice to meet you all. I was in Richland Center in August. I've designed quite a few things. My favorites are the larger pieces like the Roman cathedral, the Salzburg, the Shopiere, the grand geneva, buffet and desk cabinet. I hope to do more large pieces when time provides. Smaller ones of course are a lot easier. What kinds of projects do you all like working on? Do you use other materials besides wood?

            Happy Scrolling,
            Scrollwoman

            Happy Scrolling

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            • #7
              When you say you design things and you said you designed large clocks from what you mentioned. Is this the only types of things you design. I am looking for smaller clocks and will tell you about them if this is something you do.
              John T.

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