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  • Greetings from Northern Virginia

    I just realized that after probably two years of browsing this forum, I hadn't registered nor posted. I see some names I'm familiar with, so I guess I better weigh in.

    I've been making the fine dust for about 10 years now. When I was in San Antonio I had a small shop and started soing some shows, but a move back to my home town of Manassas put me in a condo with no room to store finished projects. I have my DeWalt on a home built roller stand for occasional use at home, but work more often out of my dad's shop. To be honest I've not done nearly as much fretwork in the last 6 years as I did in the previous 4, but I have dabbled some in making patterns.

    Readers of Scroll Saw Workshop will be able to see my first samplings of those endeavors coming out in the Fall issue, something I'm very much looking forward to. With that coming, I decided I better de-lurk and poke my head out!

  • #2
    Welcome to the forum Tom.
    And we are all looking forward to seeing you in print
    If you have been lurking you know how good the forum is and how supportive we are of all our friends here.

    Keep scrolling.
    "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21


    • #3
      Nice to see you here Tom! I'm working on your article as we speak!

      Bob Duncan
      Technical Editor


      • #4
        Welcome Tom, I too will be looking forward to your work. Im Evie from Calif.


        • #5
          Welcome to the family, Tom.
          I, too, am now looking foreward to your projects in the Fall issue (although I don't yet have the Summer issue)
          It's much more fun to participate than it is to lurk in the shadows - that stuff is only good in comic books.
          Again, Welcome!
          Sandy (also in California)


          • #6
            Thanks for the big welcome, I should have shown myself earlier!

            Hope you haven't had to work on it too hard Bob!


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