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  • Hello from the Fox Valley

    Just joined on 3-25-06, already have two questions posted, seems to be alot of really good info here, I'm looking forward to reading and learning more about scrolling. I've been scrolling for about 8 years I enjoy doing fretwork mostly, many things end up as gifts, for family, friends, and have recently donated two pendalum clocks to my daughters high school fund raising event, When I figure out how to post pics. I will. Thanks in advance for the warm welcome,
    Tomlock

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    Wow, I just joined too-we live in Greenville. But I am just getting started in scrolling. I have learned so much reading the boards and the articles. I am still working on my first piece and my 11 yr old daughter has laid claim to it when it is finished.
    Glad to see another fox valley member!
    Carrie

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    • #3
      Welcome all Wisconsinites. I think we outnumber all the other states represented in here. Carrie.... give your daughter that first project, under the condition she in turn makes you something on the scrollsaw (with your guidance of course). It will be a great bonding time! Dale, in racine county
      Dale w/ yella saws

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        Hi Tom and Carrie. welcome. sounds like you have alredy got your hands full.
        seems like we just can't keep are talent to are selfs. I think it is great that you are willing to shar your projeks with those around you. kids love to make things. an need someone to show them how. you have a great start. good going and keep coming back to shar with us. your new friend Evie

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